OK, so us that have chickens, ducks and turkeys (or maybe just the chickens, or ducks, or turkeys), know the strange things that happen in those chickenyards. We have seen it all, those strange things done in the midnight sun.
I have encountered these eggs before -- those eggs that look like they have thousands of little tiny eggs growing on their shells. Alien? Doubt it, just those strange things done in that midnight sun.
Today, I thought that I would bring one of these strange eggs onto my picture taking counter. It is a counter in my kitchen that has green, it is a great counter for taking pictures, due to the contrast of the green...oh I am ramblin'....I bet you can't wait to hear the story. I shall go on.
If the egg is recently laid, these little teeny tiny balls are very hard still, but they can be moved around the surface of the egg, if the egg is left for the day, picked up after many hours, these little teeny tiny balls have become hard, and fairly well-stuck onto the surface of the egg, weird.
What I am positive that happens is that too much calcium comes out of the vent of the chicken when she lays the egg. The little calcium balls get stuck on the surface of the egg, and then what.....well, I really don't know. Are these thousands of little chicken egg balls that are all over the surface of the egg, the thousands of little eggs that may have come to fruition one day. I leave that to your imagination, mine has already gone wild. Beautiful and most great night and day, life, health. Cindi
My Husband actually thought that it looked kind of like a globe map