Take a look at this egg!!

Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Grand-hen-ma, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Grand-hen-ma

    Grand-hen-ma Songster

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    Last year one of my girls laid a golf ball size egg fart. As round as one too! Now today I go to gather eggs and this is what I find on the ground.

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    Then last week my husband told me that he cracked open one of the hard boiled eggs I made and the yolk was WHITE!!! Tell me that isn't weird!

    My grandson and I are going to pick out another 3 eggs from a BYC friend tonight. We are so excited!!
     
  2. Stingrayg4

    Stingrayg4 Chirping

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    I get one like that now & then. I call 'em torpedoes.

    -S
     
  3. StephanieD

    StephanieD Songster

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    Cool egg!
     
  4. Larkin

    Larkin Chirping

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    I would think that would be so much easier to lay than a golf ball!
     
  5. champer

    champer Songster

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    Ha ha, torpedoes, I like that. That is the only shape egg that my big red hen lays!
     
  6. Grand-hen-ma

    Grand-hen-ma Songster

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    I suspected it might be my new Red that laid the torpedo. After my other grandsons see the egg then we will crack it open to see what's inside.
     
  7. moetrout

    moetrout Songster

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    Wait until you find a triple yolk egg, those suckers are HUGE!
     
  8. Grand-hen-ma

    Grand-hen-ma Songster

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    I have never seen a triple yolker! Wow that must hurt!!!
     
  9. cooleydooley

    cooleydooley In the Brooder

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    I have wondered - do you need to have a rooster to get double yolks? I have 4 RIR's and no rooster - have never had a double yolk.
     

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