Who Layed This?

dsbailey70

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I've been gone this weekend for Drill (Navy Reserve duty). Before I got home, a friend collected the two eggs on the left, and I believe they're from my two Silkies (they look the same as their other ones). I got home roughly three hours afterward, and found another egg, the one on the right. It's almost white/off white; I'm not sure, as I'm slightly color blind. It appears a little more elongated than the other two, and isn't quite as big in diameter.. I also have an EE and a BR in the same coop; both of which are almost 10 weeks old. Could the egg on the right be a first egg from one of them? If so, I'd guess the EE?

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perchie.girl

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I've been gone this weekend for Drill (Navy Reserve duty). Before I got home, a friend collected the two eggs on the left, and I believe they're from my two Silkies (they look the same as their other ones). I got home roughly three hours afterward, and found another egg, the one on the right. It's almost white/off white; I'm not sure, as I'm slightly color blind. It appears a little more elongated than the other two, and isn't quite as big in diameter.. I also have an EE and a BR in the same coop; both of which are almost 10 weeks old. Could the egg on the right be a first egg from one of them? If so, I'd guess the EE?

*Is anyone else unable to, or having a lot of trouble uploading pics from iOS 8? I've tried for almost 20 minutes with no luck. I can try to private message them to someone on here, or email.

for down load.... you might try just copying to the clip board and dropping it onto your post. I wont run 8... because its too buggy right now. and I have old software that reallllly likes 7.

deb
 

dsbailey70

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Nederland, Texas
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Thank you very much, I appreciate your thoughtfulness. I'm fortunate to be able to serve. I like San Diego; I was stationed there from May 2001 to July 2003, aboard the carrier USS Constellation, with their Security Department. In November, I'll mark 18 years (14 Active Duty, 4 Reserves), and will have 2 more until I can retire. I posted the problem in the tech problem/site feedback forum, and have received a couple answers so far. One of the other members has had the same trouble. I've figured all along that it's (Rotten) Apple's problem. They've gotten too full of themselves, and I think have forgotten that its customers are what's most important. It's a pain in the vent (bock bock...lol) right now, but I can wait. Will try from my tablet later.
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Ol Grey Mare

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, but I won't rub it in...lol Thank you very much, I appreciate your thoughtfulness. I'm fortunate to be able to serve. I like San Diego; I was stationed there from May 2001 to July 2003, aboard the carrier USS Constellation, with their Security Department. In November, I'll mark 18 years (14 Active Duty, 4 Reserves), and will have 2 more until I can retire. I posted the problem in the tech problem/site feedback forum, and have received a couple answers so far. One of the other members has had the same trouble. I've figured all along that it's (Rotten) Apple's problem. They've gotten too full of themselves, and I think have forgotten that its customers are what's most important. It's a pain in the vent (bock bock...lol) right now, but I can wait. Will try from my tablet later.
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Yes - the men's department
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dsbailey70

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Jul 7, 2014
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Nederland, Texas
I'm sorry, 'I can neither confirm nor deny' the occurrence of any alleged event...however, hypothetically, if I could, I would've said that it shouldn't have happened...lol
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dsbailey70

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Nederland, Texas
I was able to upload the pics, from my tablet.  Pain in the neck; had to email them to myself, download them to my tablet, then upload them to BYC...thanks apple...lol  Anyway, the pics are up there (I put them in the original post), I would appreciate anyone's thoughts on that new egg. :)
 
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perchie.girl

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I've been gone this weekend for Drill (Navy Reserve duty). Before I got home, a friend collected the two eggs on the left, and I believe they're from my two Silkies (they look the same as their other ones). I got home roughly three hours afterward, and found another egg, the one on the right. It's almost white/off white; I'm not sure, as I'm slightly color blind. It appears a little more elongated than the other two, and isn't quite as big in diameter.. I also have an EE and a BR in the same coop; both of which are almost 10 weeks old. Could the egg on the right be a first egg from one of them? If so, I'd guess the EE?




My EEs layed bluish eggs.... but that doesnt mean they all lay bluish eggs. Have they been laying long? Or is this a new one. Are they pullet eggs? If so they all will get bigger.

deb
 

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