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17/9 But only because I forgot to collect yesterday. One of them was a 3oz+ double yolker so I should count is as two
9/9 but it followed two days of 6/9. I guess the girls finally figured out that they slow down in the winter.
Me too. Two days in a row.
9/9 which is much better than the 6/9 I got yesterday. That was the only day I've had less than 7 since my girls started laying.
8/9 not too shabby
9/9 two days in a row! Woot!
/building my post count one happy day after another
Two days of 8/9 over the weekend so still no need to look for chicken pot pie recipes.
7/9 after 9/9 three days in a row I guess I can't complain.
9/9 three days in a row!!
3dz for $4/dz
9/9 Apparently my two day slowdown, 7/9 and 6/9, is over and thank God for that.
using your math you might be able to pay for feed. If you want to 'break even' you'd better choose production type birds like Golden Comets and be...
8/9 not too shabby!
9/9 today. Only 7/9 yesterday so I got a little panicked.
8,8,9, and 6 over the holiday weekend. I was a little panicked Sunday getting only 6 eggs but they went 9 for 9 today so all's well.
My sex links, red amber and black, all lay larger eggs than my rocks so I would recommend them.
3 Amber Links
My average over the last week is about 8 eggs a day from 9 birds. So to answer your question, all of them.
"Thinking that as everyone knows, leghorns are the best layers of all breeds"
I think your sex links are proving this wrong. I looked around here...