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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by pinkchick, Nov 29, 2009.
Thats not a welsommer egg she's got there, is it? It looks too pale to me.
Quote:Am sure Pinks will respond, but am pretty sure that is a Wellie egg under the girl. Eggs are terribly difficult to photograph and get the proper color to show on everyones puter screen. Saw a picture the other day, maybe on this thread, where someone had photographed their eggs inside a terracotta pot giving us a great representation of color as we all know that color and can evaluate the eggs accordingly.
Pinks, I've a girl who does the same thing, cops the same attitude in her nest box, hackles go up and I get the warning screech.....don't put your hands under me!!!!! I usually leave her alone to do her thing as right now those are eating eggs. Hatching eggs are a whole different ballgame
Quote:Yes that is a Welsummer egg...I was inside of a galvanized metal structure and I used my flash inside that structure to take the picture because it was a little dark in the nest box area. Ever used a flash inside of a shiny metal building...a small shiny metal building? You get lots of glare and lots of flash.
Here is that egg in the second row from the left, second egg from the front. That row is all Welsummer eggs.
Cherylcohen, I've got a tenor wanting Welsummer chickens, could you PM me your address and phone number so he can contact you? He is looking for chicks/started birds.
my girl layed her first egg!
it's next to one of my lakenvelder eggs for comparison
Quote: Congratulations!!!! That is a lovely egg!
Well its about time!
Quote:That's what I'm saying! lol
Thanks Pinkchick, I think it's a pretty egg, too.
Quote:Not only is it pretty, it is of very nice size for a first eggie!! Yeah
Quote:What a pretty egg! How excited you must be.