Ghost Goose

I was gone for the weekend and came home last night to find what appears to be a Black Copper Marans Goose egg in one of the boxes! The problem with that idea is two-fold; First, to my knowledge there is no such thing as a BCM Goose; Second, I don’t have ANY geese only chickens and ducks.

Part of this weekends haul of eggs.

Part of this weekends haul of eggs.


What the heck did this come outta?

What the heck did this come outta?

Is this an eXXXtra Large egg?

Is this an eXXXtra Large egg?


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4 thoughts on “Ghost Goose

  1. It is rare but a chicken can lay a huge egg . The egg might be double yolked.

    Those eggs ae beautiful.

  2. Lizzie says:

    I bet it’s a double-yolked egg. They’re always fun. 😀

  3. Agreed, double-yolked. Those are rare, but not that rare when hens are young. Once they get a bit older (practice makes perfect?) the double yolk fun times are gone. Ah, the good ol’ days.

    All I can say is OUCH!

  4. artblablablablog says:

    Eggstremly eggciting! I go with the double yolker too, they are usually taller.

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