Egg

Discussion in 'Egg Quality & Storage' started by zookeepwr, Oct 14, 2012.

  1. zookeepwr

    zookeepwr New Member

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    After my "No Eggs Yet" posting a couple of days ago. We have egg. Small so far but at least it's happening. Thanks for your posts.
     

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  2. 7chicks

    7chicks New Member

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    What a perfect little egg! Congratulations. You're back in biz. :D
     

  3. rob

    rob New Member

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    congratulations, i had my first egg today as well
     
  4. Energyvet

    Energyvet New Member

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    Eggs a plenty! Wooooo Hoooooo! Wish I had some. Still eating eggs from Costco!!!!! So sad. :-(
     
  5. zookeepwr

    zookeepwr New Member

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    Now that I'm getting eggs, I have a new problem. One of my Golden Buffs is laying very bumpy eggs, anyone know whats going on?
    Thank You
    Ken
     

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  6. Mamachickof14

    Mamachickof14 New Member

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    I've had a few eggs like that too! I'll be waiting to see what they say!?? Jen:)
     
  7. Bee

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    It happens. I don't know that there is a reason or rhyme for it, but it happens. Shouldn't be a problem for a new cycle of lay or even ending a cycle and sometimes it happens in between. It's just a glandular issue and usually only temporary.

    Shouldn't be a problem unless you notice other oddness with her shell production as she goes along and then it would be one I'd mark for possible culling. Habitual abnormal shell production can lead to reproductive problems(internal laying, egg peritonitis, egg bound, etc) later that could result in pain and suffering for the bird, so I usually anticipate those problems and cull before the bird suffers.