Back in April 14' while @hardware/feedstore I saw some newly hatched chicks for sale, I was kind of curious how to take of them, I grew up in a big city and never own one. Needless to say by the time I was done gathering infos I ended up daring myself to take some home(10 chicks, 3 diff varieties on an impulse), to my wife's surprised and worried how to take care of em. I did some research and end up reading about chicken every night after work. I designed and built my first ever building project, shed/coupe ( I've never build anything ever). I started the project in May, 3 weeks ago our 3 leghorns started laying eggs and 1 of the wyandottes sporadically laying just a week ago got 4 eggs from her since to date 50 in total from 4 hens. I've converted my wife since then after tasting the first home grown eggs. We were not fan of hard boiled eggs due to weird taste, but after doing some side by side taste test w/ her, we were impressed of how different backyard raised eggs were from store bought. She even go to the coop and collects eggs now, before she was afraid to even come near em.