My China girl seems to lay about every 36 hours, so I have to check every day. BTW, since it's her first season, I have been just taking one egg at at time and leaving at least two in the nest (I number them with a sharpie and take the oldest ones), just so she won't get frazzled about losing the eggs. This seems to work real well, since I never have any trouble from her or the gander about taking them when I go out to feed and water them. We don't want goslings this year, so I'm just hoping she doesn't decide to start brooding before I decide to collect up all the eggs at once.
Edited by glenntwo - 2/21/09 at 6:30pm