Oscar Laid an Egg!

Oscar laid an egg!?Turns out Oscar is a girl. A renaming may be in order. Oscarina? Not sure that works. I think she’ll be forever Oscar to us.

Here’s her egg along with a Bantam egg (green one), Buff Orpington egg (brown one), and the beautiful Pekin duck egg. It’s such a pretty white – it’s almost?translucent. Her three sisters, Dilly, Hera, and Quackers should be laying any time now.

Our first duck egg. Another farming milestone.

our first duck egg

More ducky posts:
8 July 2011: Baby Ducklings!
13 July 2011: Shy Week Old Ducklings
23 July 2011: Ducklings in the Garden
31 July 2011: Oscar Got His Quack
24 July 2011: Ducks on the Run
29 August 2011: Dilly, Our Physically Challenged Duck
22 November 2011: The Great Escape

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One Response to Oscar Laid an Egg!

  1. Meryl says:

    Always such an exciting day when someone new lays an egg! I love that little banty egg–hope ours look like that when our little girl starts laying.

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