I know that pullet eggs have a lower chance of hatching than eggs from mature hens. A few of my ameracauna eggs are a bit smaller than the rest. I'm prepared for them to not hatch, obviously that is possible. Might it also be possible that they could hatch a little early because the baby just runs out of room? Or might they hatch on time but the chicks just be a bit smaller than their hatchmates? I just want to be prepared for that, in addition to the "they might not hatch" possibility which applies to all of my eggs anyway. I'll find out in a week either way, I was just wondering what others' experiences have been. ETA I don't know that these are pullet eggs. They might just be smaller than average eggs from mature hens. I'm not super familiar with the egg size of ameracaunas. These are true ameracaunas from a breeder, not EE's if that makes any difference.