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xXmuffkinXx

Chirping
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Okay I found these today...........weirdest eggs I have ever seen !
I just came in to ask about my eggs and if I should be worried about my chicken... 4 chickens 4 white eggs but... one chicken lays brown eggs? Which means one chicken laid 2 eggs and my brown chicken laid none. Second egg was really small. But, we cracked open and there was the perfect little yolk... thoughts?
 

CoopDeDoo

Songster
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Feb 8, 2011
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Hey all - long time since I last posted. Enjoyed the show at Monroe last week. So my niece asked me to get to and hatch some eggs for her. We choose olive egger project eggs. 4 of which hatched as naked necks. Two from really dark splash maran eggs and are white/splash looking and the other two are buff. One buff pullet has a pea comb and is rumpless. I think we have two pullets, one cockerel and one gender neutral atm. Now that the chicks are ready to go (will be 6 weeks this week) she has decided that naked necks are "too freaky" for her and she doesn't want them. Does anyone have any interest in them? I don't have room to add 4 more chickens and I cannot have roosters.
 
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