Miss Prissy is late for Foghorn Leghorn's egg expectation. Foghorn is disappointed in Miss Prissy for being late and not laying a normal round white egg. Foghorn warns Prissy only one last chance that if she doesn't lay a normal egg, she will be sent to the old hens farm. He decides that Miss Prissy lays the turquoise Easter Eggs. He also defends her from other meaner farm animals. Prissy tries to lay a turquoise egg but she lays a golden egg. The golden egg rolls away from the farm.
Daffy Duck and Sylvester find the golden egg. The two both try to get it for themselves. However, they accidentally send the egg to a fresh egg farm.
This also marks the first time since 1963 which Daffy has been recast as a more likable and sympathetic protagonist/anti-hero, compared to the "evil Daffy" characterization exhibited in the mid-to-late-1960s cartoons from the DePatie-Freleng and Seven-Arts eras.
This short is the first time Daffy, Sylvester, and Foghorn Leghorn appear together. However, Foghorn's plot is separate from Sylvester and Daffy's. It's also the first time Daffy and Sylvester have been depicted as pals (or frenemies).