For the first time in a month, I got a good Guinea hen egg!
|Saturday's Guinea Girl egg|
For some unknown reason, my Guinea Girl has been laying eggs with weak spots that somehow get a hole in the bottom side. I mused about it online back on Aug 1st. The shell is thin on the bottom and it breaks after she lays it. She is provided plenty of oyster shells, and the rest of the egg is hard as a rock, other than the thin spot in the shell.
But now, maybe, just maybe, this trend is going away. Friday she laid a good egg, no thin-shell, and Saturday, too, she laid a good egg. The egg does has a white area in the shell color, but I'm ok with that, as long as it doesn't break before it hits the frying pan!
Is it bad for me to be talking about guinea eggs and frying pans in the same sentence?
Keep up the good work, Guinea Girl!