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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by BigSam89, Mar 8, 2010.
Thanks you guys that is all valuable information, really appreciate it.
You can make breakfast burritos. Use a dozen and scramble them. Cook up some potatoes and cut into small pieces. Combine eggs, potato, 1 cup of sour cream, and a bit of salt and pepper. Lay out flour tortillas, and divide mixture to make about 15, a little less than 1/2 cup for each one. Cover with a half slice of deli ham and a sprinkle of cheddar cheese. Roll them up and wrap in Saran wrap. Put them all in a freezer bag.Freeze. Pop one in microwave to cook. They are great for quick on the go breakfast and cheaper than drive-thru.
I am not to sure where you are. But if you live in ontario. You cant sell to restaurants ect. YOu will get a fine.You can only sell in your yard. THose are the rules here. It really sucks.
Everyone knows a few people who are having a hard time or living moderately on a fixed income...( think of older people, who may be living of of SS) . I sell some eggs, but when I have extra's I give them to people who could use them. I don't make a big deal out of it...just tell them I was swimming in eggs and thought of you.
I would love to have a couple of dozen chickens, but getting rid of the eggs has been an real issue for me. I even posted free eggs on Freecycle with NO takers. Giving them to neighbors has proven to be a real pain. (finding people home)
There is one person that will buy everything I have, but I have to deliver them 15 miles away. I sell them for a buck, they cost me $1.30 a dozen in feed (plus expenses). It's cheaper to just feed them back to the chickens.
I've had pet chickens for four years.
nice to know there is still people whom have a kind loving heart we need more people like you God bless
You can also freeze the extras - open them up, put them in plastic bags in serving sizes and use them for cooking or baking at a later date - a helpful hint from my Italian mother-in-law who grew up on a farm...
I suggest donate it to the orphanage if you know one around your place, or give it to your neighbors
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Make quiche! haha. So yeah, eat them, sell them, give them away, feed them back OR do like us and put them out on your local conservation lands for the poor hungry scavengers! (like raccoons, etc. Hiding them is fun ). We get so many that at a certain point we don't feel they are fresh enough to sell and do that. Good way to unload a lot of eggs at once.