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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by rdport, Aug 18, 2010.
as dark as new2chooks eggs, some are darker
There are some examples on the dark eggs breeds thread:
But be sure to visit the Wellie thread:
Wish I had a recent pic, but mine are similar to new2chooks.
Surprised the daylights out of me, coming from hatchery birds.
Quote:Which hatchery? I have one from Meyer.. she's 17 weeks... waiting for the first egg.
Great picture ...where did your Wellies come from?
Quote:I hatched them from Nancy. (bargain)
I'll be getting more wellie girls for my rooster, Moose, as soon as I get my new coop done.
Quote:I THINK I got my first Welsummer egg today and it looked like yours rdport . . .. . .
I have a marans too. I was expecting the welsummers to be closer to the color of my marans. Instead, their egg was closer to the color of my wyandotte.
MY QUESTION - - - WILL THEY GET DARKER or is this all I am going to get out of them ? ? ? ?
(I will post pictures in a few days. . . . I have two welsummers - - - so I want to wait for the other to start laying. HOPEFULLY it will be any day )