My Pilgrims have started romancing one another and should be laying in another month. I'm taking reserves for the eggs. I keep my Pilgrims in pairs for maximum fertility. Age varies within the flock; a few of the hens are 2-4 years old and two of them are last year's hatch. They are free ranged during the day and penned up at night. They all meet standards as far as color and size (these are not midget birds . I won't even keep a Pilgrim that hisses, so you're guaranteed these eggs are from friendly stock - not just a bunch of breeders. I've already swapped their feed over to egg pellets. Right now eggs are $6 each, $30 for a half dozen or $50 for a dozen plus $10 S&H. If the price goes down you will pay less if you've reserved in advance. If the price goes up for whatever reason (poor laying, etc), then you'll be "locked into" these prices if you put down a 50% deposit in advance. Otherwise I'll let you know what the higher price is and see if you still want to be on the waiting list. PM me to reserve your eggs. I'll send you an email after I've tested fertility and am satisfied that they're laying in full swing (early March). Below are pictures of two of our ganders as goslings (one as a baby and one at a few months old). More pictures of the flock to come when it isn't too cold to sit outside with a camera.