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Anyone know where to find the best dummy eggs at the most economical prices?

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Hey I got mine and they are wood eggs from Michaels,it is a craft store.I am in NC and they have several around here.Maybe you can find some there.They usually keep them year round.Believe me they really work. Sandra

Hey there,we live in Richlands,NC 28574.We raise all" PURE WHITE SILKIES".They are SQ and all are beautiful.Fertile Hatching Eggs are $35 a doz. which includes S/H.Taking orders now if you would like to make an order starting March,4th 2013.So hurry get your name in now.1st comes,1st served.

 

 

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Hey there,we live in Richlands,NC 28574.We raise all" PURE WHITE SILKIES".They are SQ and all are beautiful.Fertile Hatching Eggs are $35 a doz. which includes S/H.Taking orders now if you would like to make an order starting March,4th 2013.So hurry get your name in now.1st comes,1st served.

 

 

               God is Good and God is Great!!!!!!

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Baking recipes tells us very important information such as the number of eggs to be used, weight of the ingredients that we should put and so on. These are crucial information that needs to be measured by us accurately. Hence there is a need to weigh the ingredients carefully on the scale.

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I use golf balls, they work just as well.

I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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I bought two wooden dummy eggs from MyPetChicken.com....

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I bought brown fake eggs and water nipples off ebay coopnmore.com pretty cheap. Side note: They look and feel so real we had to use a marker on the fake eggs. lol

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Buy some plastic Easter eggs at the dollar store.  Put a rock inside for weight and glue closed.  It doesn't get any cheaper and they work great.

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Ok- - ceramic eggs ordered- hope we don't break any bowls trying to crack one!

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