I ordered eight NH Reds and four Production Reds born October 15th and today one laid a beautiful full size egg! They were getting too big for the brooder in the basement so we put all twelve in a tractor for the winter during a freakishly warm weekend at the end of December. I just went out to do a warmth check and found the egg, frozen solid and cracked on the ground near the ramp. I can't get to it without compromising the lovely insulating snow bank that is protecting the lower level of the tractor from the wind but I'll try to take a pic tomorrow when it's light out. I kind of feel sorry for the poor hen who laid the thing. Can you imagine? They're still so small. The egg looks huge next to the birds. That just *had* to hurt.