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My araucana bantam who hatched last summer has laid 2 tiny eggs this year a week or so apart, and nothing else! Last autumn / early winter she laid a few normal bantam sized eggs, but now this! Should I be worried?

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We had a hen that laid over a dozen 'wind' eggs, so no yolk but often a tiny spot of something inside. Then she stopped laying completely but remains in perfect health; Prescilla the TNN I posted a picture of last year. So I wouldn't worry unless you are desperate for eggs Mullethunter.

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Ditto what Beantree said.  Lets hope she gets back in the swing of normal laying, wind eggs are most common with young hens and at the start of the laying year.

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