I haven't shared any dinner details for a while. For those who are newer to the thread, I grow a lot of things and make a lot of food. Just an old fashioned farm, ya know?
Today's dinner is lasagna...with homemade pork sausage, homemade turkey egg lasagna noodles, home grown tomato sauce, homemade parmesan cheese, homemade mozzarella...
Like Ruby, I appreciate the effort involved in making lasagna. I love to make it, but haven't made my own pasta since doing it with my eye-talian grandmother who spoke very little English. I rarely eat it out, or anyone else's, just because, but that looks awesome and I'd love to try a big hunk of it!
Anybody here ever have any dealings with McMurray Hatchery, in PA? I wonder if they allow hatching egg customers to pick up, or whether they're shipping only.
All the horror stories I've read on here about the rough handling shipped eggs have to endure makes me afraid to go that route. Buying live birds entails quarantine, so that's out,
I don't know of anyone local breeding RIR's, & haven't noticed any CL ads for fertile RIR eggs. I'm not looking to do anything til Spring; just trying to get my "ducks in a row" early.
Anybody got any bright ideas?
This may all be moot; was just on their web site, and it doesn't appear that they even sell hatching eggs.
Oh, well, back to the drawing board.
I was thinking they sold eggs. And will allow pickup, you have to pay for them, and reserve them for a particular day, and pick them up. It may have been another hatchery, but I'll look, and come back and edit if so.
Edit - I believe it was Meyer that I contacted. But they look like quite a trip for you.
Edited by WVduckchick - 10/26/15 at 6:50pm