It's so tiny. Perhaps you should make a cake for a mouse.
Hello Julie, OMG!!! TO CUTE, tiny tiny yoke, love it. Blessings Francine.
I always wondered if they did have a yolk, I just never checked. I am glad you did. Have a wonderful weekend Julie.
I'm not sure what we all expected - lol
So cute, I was wondering if yours had a yolk, mine only had the white. Enjoy your weekend.Denise
Aw, it's so cute! Glad you showed us! My new layers have laid some smallish ones but none that little. Since you have had hens for awhile, I have a question. Do the eggs continue to get bigger? I mean, when they first start laying, they are not very big. I was curious if they get larger. When I give the chickens lots of veggies and other things, seems like their eggs are bigger...
It's sooo tiny! Perhaps WH would enjoy it! LOL
....for a teeny tiny omelette!
It proves that an egg is still an egg no matter how small. That would have made the cutest tiny chick if it had been fertilized egg. Thanks for showing us this cuteness. Hugs, JB
Giggles~ amazing isn't it~ tiny but still all there~smiles & enjoy your weekend~Teresa
It's amazing to me when ever I see the eggs of songbirds etc. how tiny they are..... like the hummingbird..... oh gosh..... love that little egg! Hugs!!!Cathy G
LUCKY you1 Mine are always yolkless!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
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