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As we head into the fall and winter months my chickens are laying eggs left and right. So much so, I have an overabundance of eggs piling up in my ‘egg-stra’ refrigerator. On average, I collect 10-12 eggs per day from the 13 hens currently laying. Four additional pullets have yet to produce but at […]Read more »
I have an abundance of eggs. A plethora. A….LOT! Stacks of cartons in the refrigerator; a full basket every day. It’s wonderful! I’ve used some of the eggs with our fresh asparagus to make frittata, I’ve baked and fixed breakfasts—I’ve even taken eggs to church on Sunday morning and handed them out. Today, I’m putting […]Read more »
by Meredith Chilson Do you remember those days in late spring when the daylight stretched so long into evening? Those days when your chicken girls were greeting warm weather with egg after egg after egg? The days when omelets and custards and frittatas were the norm—when you tried to come up with new and inventive eggy […]Read more »