Every proud mama is entitled to brag every now and then…
This Thoughtful Thursday I give a special “shout out” to my daughters for their outstanding care to our laying hens, and to my favorite farmer for the nutrient filled alfalfa dehy that we mix with the chickens’ regular feed. Rhode Island Reds give an average of 220 to 280 eggs per year — that equals approximately 0.6-0.8 eggs per hen per day — with the winter months being the least productive due to cold temperatures and short days.
Ashley Grace’s chickens produced at a rate of 1.08 eggs per hen per day during the month of November and the first week of December.
Good nutrition and quality care = Productive Food Animals
Well Done–You make me proud!