Tuesday, March 29, 2011

We Have Eggs!

First two eggs from our leghorn hens.
I went out this morning to feed and water the chickens, and just inside their coop on the hay were two bright white eggs. One was smaller than the other and slightly blocky in shape. I've read that first eggs are usually small. They were laid by our leghorns, one of the most prolific layers with a yearly average of 280 eggs per year. I'll have to watch my step when I go out there from now on.

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