This afternoon I decided to gather eggs while I was out luring the guineas into the bird pen, only one of our hens (our white leghorn) has been laying so far and gathering an egg a day just seems silly. Anyway. When I started picking the eggs out of the nest, there was one egg that is slightly less white and smaller than the leghorn's eggs and it had a bit of blood on the shell. Out leghorn has been laying for about four months now and lays an egg a day, I never noticed blood on any of her eggs before and none of them have been this small (though it is only slightly smaller than her normal eggs). We have six other chicken hens and five guinea hens. I'm not sure if which of them might be laying if this egg is from a different hen. Our "easter egger" and barred rock are the same age as the leghorn, but haven't laid yet. We also have two partridge rocks and two golden seabrights, but I really thought the seabrights were too young to be laying. Here's a picture of two eggs - a normal egg from the leghorn beside the smaller egg with blood. First question - is it likely that our leghorn laid a smaller egg with blood on it after laying regularly for this amount of time? Second question - if this little egg could be from one of the other hens, who would you guess is laying? I didn't think any of the other breeds laid white eggs.