First Dozen Eggs

The Wyandottes are laying, but still waiting on the slow maturing Easter Egger. Although seven months is average for the Easter Egger, it is now three weeks past seven months. No worries… just fashionably late.

Author: amy elizabeth

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2 thoughts on “First Dozen Eggs”

  1. My Easter Eggers were slow to lay also, and I find the size of eggs were medium the first year, but now all of a sudden they are laying much larger eggs! They are worth the wait for me! Most of the folks who purchase our eggs like the colored eggs best!

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