How I spend a $100 a month to feed my family of 4.
A Big thank you to Polly S for sharing this video with me. What fun!
That poor hen!!!!
One word: OUCH
That can’t be true.
Oh my gosh is that real? maybe there was a trick if not wow I grew up with chickens never heard of or saw this.
I was just about to comment that “our old ladies used to lay eggs this big” until he cracked it open and there was another one inside. Nuts!!
We received some RedRock Hen’s from our neighbors that had quite a few hens and were going to kill these (noo!!) so I convinced my dad that we needed to have them, all 26 of them. They were at least 2 years old, and they weren’t laying as much anymore I guess so they were going to be canned.
We had them for a at least 2 more years and I’m not sure if it was the breed, but as they were older their eggs were larger, some so large that we couldn’t close our cartons! Their laying did slow down, so we would maybe get 10-12 eggs per day from the flock though.
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