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since the coyote attack in September....

Laura B.
LauraBonilla
Group Organizer
Norco, CA
Post #: 362
I shared the same experience... unless you have 'production' hens, eggs are very seasonal... my broody hens take months off at a time... my 'production' hens keep on going, which is sad, given how hard it is to lay an egg -

Of course, Nicole has a good point. Eggs could be anywhere... since I let them come inside at times, I do find eggs in my laundry baskets, which is just way adorable, especially when you are not expecting it! :)
Ron F.
user 11466035
Whittier, CA
Post #: 34
Lol-referring to the eggs in the laundry basket, yea, I use to do the" Easter egg hunt", thing to the point of following them after opening their coop...but the bush they chill under is barren with no eggs under it. I will try and be patient, and not panic. Thank you my friends....
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