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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by forrestacres, Jan 1, 2011.
202 eggs from our 8 girls in December 2010. Up 14 from 188 last month.
That's 25eggs/bird, fantastic! I got 276 out of 13, so only 21 per bird.
zero, zilch , zip. 3 girls. 9 months. not earning keep.
zero, zilch, zip from 60+ girls (for 2 months now!!!)....roll on spring!!
I have two that were laying all month long, and two more that just started in between Christmas and New Years...
43 eggs; 1.69 oz average; 1.4 eggs/day
23 hens, 430 eggs , 13.9/day, 60% productivity, $0.12/egg cost
Some of those freeloaders are going to go! But not bad for the shortest days of the year.
230 eggs from 11 hens.
192 eggs from 11 pullets. 17+ eggs per bird for the month. Not bad for the shortest days of the season.
70 eggs from 6. My leghorn recovered from a molt for the majority of December. BUT, other than that...WHAT DID YA'LL DO THAT I DIDN'T?!?!?! I did NOT add supplemental light, they had 16% feed with addt'l BOSS as a feed supplement.
18 hens... it seems 3 are molting or just coming out. drum roll please.... 369 eggs which includes 67 green/blue gotta love those girls.
We feed our fam and friends and some families that would never have the chance to experience fresh farm eggs