Greetings, We adopted three just-feathered chicks this spring and they finally started laying about 3 weeks ago. They are one Buff Orpington and two black/white Rocks. Buffy the Orpington is laying huge double-yolked eggs every time. While entertaining to us, I read on the forum that this might be a sign of over feeding. However, her Rock sisters, Betsy and Feathers, are laying tiny mini-eggs. When you fry one, it is the size of an english muffin half, which is convenient for eating on english muffins but..... when I looked tiny eggs up on the forum, some suggest that this is a sign of UNDER feeding. Buffy is not the dominant hen, Betsy is (she's a mean little cuss) so it's not a matter of Buffy eating more than her share. Do you suppose these are just growing pains and all will sort out, or do I have anything to be concerned about? My former champion layer Belle, a sex linked red, only laid for two seasons and is now retired. Betsy and the other new girls pick on her so she has her own "condo" now. I suppose I'm worried that if Buffy keeps laying double yolked eggs, she'll wear herself out too soon. Suggestions welcome!