Australia - Six states..and that funny little island. - Page 2707
There's hardly enough egg to bother using a pot on. I might try getting the egg out and keeping it for an ornament.
Only 7 - I'm pretty sure I'd have been a nervous wreck being that far over the limit. And also I might just have pushed my long suffering neighbours over the edge.
She's a lavender auracana who has always been genetically challenged but we love her anyway. She has some frightening ugly baby chick pics but has lots of character. : D
Fart eggs are very cute. I have two in the fridge I'm a bit squeamish to crack but I'm thinking fried - eventually. I can't see peeling them after boiling them leaving much to taste. Let me know how yours goes first.
I have checked on our councils website and I can't find how many we can have. I'm not going to ask then I don't have to worry about it.
We have 10 ISA's, 9 young australorps, 5 young silkies. Our neighbours have chooks too. Not sure what will happen when they grow up and we find some roos in the mix.
I've heard silkie roos are quiet. My granddaughters have told me we have to keep all of them. I want to hatch some more when it gets cooler. The ISA browns have always been very quiet except when they lay an egg.
my granddaughters named them, they are our babies. The german shepherd Bear like to keep an eye on things.