Which Pullet is laying these eggs?

Vickischics

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Here is a picture of my 6 pullet flock. Ive been routinely getting 5 eggs. But, for two days now, I get 6 from my girls. Im trying to figure out who is the likely candidate for the olive green egg? Three brown eggs? and two blue?
Thank you?
I dont have a camera in the nesting boxes to see who is doing what!
 

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CrazyCrttr75

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It is coming from one of your EE's. One of these 3:
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I have one that will lay a light minty colored egg (is more green than blue), one that will lay a more blue than green colored egg and one that will lay an olive colored egg like yours. I just love all of the pretty colors!
 

Vickischics

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It is coming from one of your EE's. One of these 3:
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I have one that will lay a light minty colored egg (is more green than blue), one that will lay a more blue than green colored egg and one that will lay an olive colored egg like yours. I just love all of the pretty colors!
Me too! I feel so fortunate to have these six girls. When they were given to me at about 10-12 weeks old, I could not get close. But, I sat out in the run with them and brought fresh produce. Now, I'm finally able to handle all six. I like it when I go into the run and they all run toward me for a piece of apple or a worm or a strawberry. If one of them is in the coop laying, I make them all wait and
I just check them out one by one all over. Then when everyone is out, they get a piece of something.
That was the only way I could think of getting them use to me so I could get a good body inspection.
Now..its like they expect it. The Golden Girls are still leary but they are coming around.
 

CrazyCrttr75

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Me too! I feel so fortunate to have these six girls. When they were given to me at about 10-12 weeks old, I could not get close. But, I sat out in the run with them and brought fresh produce. Now, I'm finally able to handle all six. I like it when I go into the run and they all run toward me for a piece of apple or a worm or a strawberry. If one of them is in the coop laying, I make them all wait and
I just check them out one by one all over. Then when everyone is out, they get a piece of something.
That was the only way I could think of getting them use to me so I could get a good body inspection.
Now..its like they expect it. The Golden Girls are still leary but they are coming around.
Yes, chickens are VERY treat motivated! If they see me when I step out on the front porch, they all start running to the gate into their pen just in case I am going to bring them something. :gig
 

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