With 12 Rhode Islands, 25 Buffs, and 14 Banties we have plenty of eggs on our farm.
The eggs are beautiful and so much more nutritious than the “eggs” you get at the grocery store. Not to mention the quality of life our chickens have compared to the life of a factory laying hen. Find a source for farm-raised, free-range eggs. You will be amazed how easy it is to locate eggs near you and how wonderful they taste.
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I am a wife to my wonderful husband and the mama to two beautiful girls adopted from China. We are striving for a simple life. We want to be able to provide ourselves with most of the items we need to survive; only buying things when absolutely necessary. We now strive to provide a portion of our family's food through organic gardening. I cook from scratch, live a fairly frugal lifestyle, and make my own non-toxic cleaning products. Please join us as we stumble toward a more self-sufficient and frugal life together.
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5 thoughts on “Egg season…”
I LOVE brown eggs from the farm. They taste soooo muchm better. 🙂
I don’t know if my other post came through or not, but here it is again. I LOVE brown eggs from the farm. They taste sooooo much better. 🙂
Thanks for taking the time to post all this. I love seeing you guys and all the babies. You need to get a pic of the Icelandics (kittens) down at your moms and share with us. Keep these posts coming. luv ya
Egg Season’s over…LOL!! 🙂
It has been a while since I’ve heard from you. Hope you’re well.