August 31, 2013

The famine is over

Our old girls are laying eggs again.

The big weigh in

Hens eggs are 55 g, 55 g, 60 g and 67 g

Geraldine Goose has begun her nest and her eggs weighed in at 177 g, 186 g, 197 g and 286 g
yep a whopping 286 grams

Linking up to the farm blog hop

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    1. Oh yes I really do not like buying eggs...
      Love Leanne

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  2. wow...that is one heck of a huge egg!!!

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  3. Do you bake with the goose eggs or eat them like hen eggs.

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    1. From my childhood I seem to remember them being a stronger flavour than hen eggs.

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    2. I'm not a big egg eater - Brent usually makes an omelette with the goose eggs or I use them in bacon n egg pie, quiches for his lunch. They do have a stronger flavour.
      Love Leanne

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  4. My chickens did not stop laying all winter, they slewed down for like a week and then just reved up again.
    So it feels strange to not start from zero again. Lol

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    1. Oh you lucky thing - our girls are all old now - but as they were named after the librarians and are James' pets they have a retirement home here.
      Love Leanne

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  5. Better make just a one egg omelet then!

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    1. SMILE it will fill the pan I will try and remember to take a photo.
      Love Leanne

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