We Are Deep In the Heart of Texas

Nomadic seasons of farming adventures with nature thrown in to include; a pinch of family, snippets of friends, counting our blessings, paying IT forward, home school, and the spicy things I decide to rant about.







Monday, April 12, 2010

One for the Record Books

This is a weird egg day.  Seabright our Porcelin D'uccle is back to laying far left.  Fiesty laid a double yoker (green long),  and Cranky had two mini eggs which normally look like the darker brown egg below.


12 comments:

Attic Rat said...

I found you through Texas Blogging Gals. This makes me really miss our chickens! We had given my youngest son some chicks for his 4th birthday (he is 20 now)

- Teresa

Theladywhotalkstorocks said...

Soo Pretty!
Love the set up lol
On to the fashion show!

Aimee said...

I love finding weird eggs! I even have a couple of posts on my blog titles "weird eggs I have found!" My oldest hens used to lay wrinkled eggs, I kid you not!

Life with Jack n Jill said...

Now that is what I would call an assortment! "How do you want you eggs dear, small, medium or how about a double yoker?" <;-)

Diana said...

Oh my goodness!!!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

don't ya just love the assorted colors and sizes?

Jennifer@3sonsandadaughter said...

way cool! Are you going to blow them out and keep the shells?? They'd make for great decor.

I'll be in your neck of the woods this weekend! I hope the weather cooperates!!!

Melodie said...

Don't you just love all the cool surprises of farm life! How funny would it be to fry those little eggs up for your boys!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

pain----FILL

I would hate to be a chicken

Missy AKA Little Messy Missy said...

LOL! I raise Silkie Bantams among other breeds there egg are so cute and small.

Chicken Boys said...

Them are pretty eggs. All I ever get are medium to x large brown eggs. And occasionally small whites from the banties.
~Randy

Nekkid Chicken said...

Hey Everyone,

Been a little busy here. Nice to see you all. Thanks for stopping by. Our first homeschool science project will be: BLOWING EGGS.

It should be a fun craft and learning experience.

I want to save those tiny treasures.