We here are no exception. Our singular Easter egger was Queen of the day when, at 9 months, she shared this beauty. As far as I know, it was this size right out of the gate- if there were smaller egg farts-practice eggs, we never saw them.
I feel like an old hand at this chicken wrangling stuff, as a few days prior, I'd noted that she was probably ready to lay. I'd pulled this opinion out of
a gal who only *dated* her own kind. In retrospect, I think I'd unconsciously noted that she had stood still and let me pet her, which I had forgotten I had read is one sign of sexual maturation. Something to do with standing still and lowering to the ground to accept the rooster. So now the ? isn't when will she lay, but, What color is the durn thing. I see blue, others green. My other ?, for bonus points, is what are those nested irish pottery dishes for?? If you know, don't bother raisin' your hand- Just shout it out ;)