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Week of: Colors: Enter # of eggs for each color for each day collected.  
Day of Week Blue Green Pink Lt Brown Brown Dk Brown White Total for each day
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Total for each color:                
                 

 

 

Here is an egg collecting chart I created in Excel. It is only 1 of 4 weeks. I have it where 4 weeks fit nicely on 1 page in Landscape Orientation. I know there are only a few colors here, but this is created mostly to what colors I had been getting, I do not get some of these colors anymore, and sometimes the Easter Egger eggs, (use to have 3 hens, now only 1) look more blue some days and others look more pale blue-green. The pink I think was just result of bloom, and the Drk Brown is the Welsummer eggs, but sometimes my Buff have a darker shell than the Barred Rock and Rhode Island Red.

 

I am also looking for a chart for Broody Hens, to keep track of the  date they are candled and the out come such as veins, dark spot, movement expectant hatch day, and actual hatch day? I don't know what else might be pertinent to keep track of....

Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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Trying out the homesteading life!

Not just for self sustainability, but to teach and involve our family in the making, caring and cultivating processes of all life. Veggies, Fruit, Meat & Eggs. To grow enough veggies and fruit to raise the flock on, along with creating a backyard flock capable of reproducing meat and eggs.

 

Next adventure for 2017~ Canning and raising beef~

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