Today, while tending to the hens I noticed a small egg in the middle of the space where my youngsters hang out. My group is diverse in age. I call my golden wyandottes the teenagers. I purchased them at the end of January with their egg tooth still present. They are not large but at the great slender, sleek stage just before they really begin to fill out. Is it possible that one of them could lay this tiny thing or is it just a egg error from one of my older layers. My house has hens/pullets between 1.5 years and 4 weeks. I saw a thread that talks about wyandottes laying eggs as early as 16 weeks. today is May 7th. This is my first group of wyandottes. my next to lay will be six more australorps but they are only 10 weeks old.