Got Eggs? Apologies. Not many.

Apologies to those who may have stopped by looking for eggs and found the cooler empty. Most of the hens are moulting, which means that all their energy is going into the production of new feathers, to protect them during the winter, instead of egg production. With 23 hens, we’re only getting about six or seven eggs a day; not the usual sixteen or so.

To save yourself an unnecessary trip either call us or log on to this site, scroll to the bottom of the page and hover over the duplicate image of the one you see above. Text will appear indicating whether or not we’ve got eggs.


One thought on “Got Eggs? Apologies. Not many.

  1. Hi, Michelle–

    Just took your last dozen; thank you! The house was dark, so I didn’t try to say hello. I did scare a small herd of deer away from the garden next to your driveway. Really hope to see you soon–


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