The Madchickenlady's Adventures in Chicken Keeping
A wind egg! Awesome. We save them as curiosities; they're just so alarmingly tiny. If she starts producing normal eggs before three weeks is up, they may still have rooster in them - we incubated serama eggs from a rooster who went to a new home (new rooster of a different color went in with the hens) and they were still his for well over two weeks. They didn't switch over to the new dad for a long time.
Rooster sperm can live inside the female's oviduct for at least ten days. I am proud of her too; great job Ms. Betsy.~:>Mal
Tiiiiiny! How cute ^_^
YayyGo Betsy! :)
That is awesome! So teeny!