Today they did especially well, considering the snowy weather. We got 16 regular eggs and one whoopper!
I don't have a clue why one of our hens laid this huge egg.
It stands head and shoulders above the other eggs, which are nothing to sneeze at themselves.
A typical day's egg crop includes eggs that range in size from really small to fairly large, but today's big one is unusual. I think it must have had a difficult entrance into the world!
Here's today's smallest, the largest of the regular eggs, and the whopper.
It was fun to weigh them. The littlest one weighed 1.5 ounces.
The brown one weighed 2.5 ounces.
The giant one tipped the scales at 4.0 ounces!!