Now There’s an Odd Egg

Apr
22

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I think one of the hens must have been drinking yesterday….


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 22, 2016  

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  1. 4-22
    11:13
    am

    I’ve been getting one like that about twice a week from my barred rock. I reckon she’s been sneaking into the fermented grain before I dole it out! Go figure!

  2. 4-22
    1:42
    pm

    :happyflower:
    OH My!! that is an odd looking egg, but there again, when you reach my age, you realize that you have MET a lot of odd eggs!

  3. 4-22
    4:00
    pm

    We would call those the “rocks”. Usually the first time egg, from the young hen. They more than likely don’t have a yolk.

  4. 4-22
    7:44
    pm

    The chicken just needs a lessons from the other chickens! That is an odd egg! Are you sure some other kind of bird didn’t sneak in when no one was looking?

  5. 4-22
    9:56
    pm

    I’ve heard that called a “fart egg”.

    Isn’t it cute?

  6. 4-23
    5:14
    pm

    I have a pretty etched glass sugar bowl in a glass cabinet. All of the fart eggs go into it. They dry out and do not smell. And I get to enjoy the colors.

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