Fixing breakfast this morning–sausage gravy and biscuits with fried eggs on the side. Just look at those eggs! From one or two random eggs a day, in the past month with some feed changes, a timer light, and warm water delivered several times during the day, they’re up to 14 eggs a day now! (Yes, they have a heated waterer, but boy do they go through the water! We refill it through the day.)
Even the older hens are starting to lay again. The colored eggs are from my older girls–they’re Araucanas. The small white eggs are coming from the game hens. The big brown eggs are coming from the young girls–the Golden-Laced Wyandottes. They’re turning into excellent layers.