Dang it Now What

7L Farm

Songster
9 Years
Jul 22, 2010
4,635
80
231
Anderson, Texas
I guess I'll ask Y'all. Here's the scenario. Got my first egg Yea. Next day Nada. Next day another egg. Today Nada. They are RIR's. They free range but I supervise.
 

akcountrygrrl

Songster
9 Years
Apr 3, 2010
2,024
28
173
Nenana, AK
If they are young birds, it will take them a little while to catch their rythym. You may want to check under bushes, in barns, under buildings, etc to see if they are laying eggs somewhere other than the nest boxes.
 

7L Farm

Songster
9 Years
Jul 22, 2010
4,635
80
231
Anderson, Texas
I just got back from the coop & sure enough found an egg in the nest. I apologized but also stated that I can eat more than one egg every other day & by the way we all need to pay our way. They just cocked their head at me & looked at me like is this guy serious.
 

lacasitarojafarm

Chirping
9 Years
Jun 23, 2010
161
0
89
Skagit Valley, WA
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downstownlady

Songster
9 Years
Apr 28, 2010
262
2
119
Conroe, TX
I feel your pain...mine started laying...excitement over finding the eggs...next day...nothing...dissappointment. Yet, everyday, the Rooster crows to remind me that I need to come outside with the treats. My dogs bark until I give them treats...and I want nothing to do with what they are laying. The kids remind me repeatedly until they get their treats and lay thing down everywhere. Who is in charge here??? When did I go from Boss to Hired Hand??? I want a treat...who do I go to??? WAAAAAHHHHH!!!
 

yelim

Songster
9 Years
Mar 13, 2010
118
2
111
Plant City, Florida
Told mine last week that I was gonna be gone for a few days and ny brother was feeding and watering. I told them to behave themselves, although he is a nice guy he does love fried chicken.
 

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