Haruspicy

darkbeaver
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As you all know I keep chickens and those chickens keep me. If you have some questions that my chickens could help you with please feeel free to PM me and inquire about monthly payments and easy terms.

Act now, I only have a dozen or so left.
 
Mowich
#2
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

As you all know I keep chickens and those chickens keep me. If you have some questions that my chickens could help you with please feeel free to PM me and inquire about monthly payments and easy terms.

Act now, I only have a dozen or so left.

I'm looking after chickens for friends who are on holidays. One chicken doesn't want to leave the nest. My girlfriend told me that she - the chicken - is probably brooding but it was okay to go ahead and take the eggs. Trouble is she's been sitting there for over a day now and I'm not sure the eggs are still edible.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by MowichView Post

I'm looking after chickens for friends who are on holidays. One chicken doesn't want to leave the nest. My girlfriend told me that she - the chicken - is probably brooding but it was okay to go ahead and take the eggs. Trouble is she's been sitting there for over a day now and I'm not sure the eggs are still edible.

You may eat them with complete confidence. She won't mind cuz she cannot count worth a damn. Those eggs will be good for many weeks, they do not require refrigeration even.

Eggs are powerful magic.
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

You may eat them with complete confidence. She won't mind cuz she cannot count worth a damn. Those eggs will be good for many weeks, they do not require refrigeration even.

Eggs are powerful magic.

I had breakfast at a denny's in Tucumcari new mexico years ago and the fried eggs were rotten. Took me awhile before I could eat eggs again
 
darkbeaver
#5
When you crack it open if it stinks no, if it don;t,go
 
Mowich
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

You may eat them with complete confidence. She won't mind cuz she cannot count worth a damn. Those eggs will be good for many weeks, they do not require refrigeration even.

Eggs are powerful magic.

I love eggs - every which way they can be used - I get to collect all these wonderful free range, happy chicken eggs and am loving it. How long does it take before the chick's embryo starts to form - I didn't want to cut the little guy/gal's life short.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

I had breakfast at a denny's in Tucumcari new mexico years ago and the fried eggs were rotten. Took me awhile before I could eat eggs again

I feel for you bro. Did you beat the cook?
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

I feel for you bro. Did you beat the cook?

No just went on my way
 
darkbeaver
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You can't hide a bad egg under pepper and salt.

Quote: Originally Posted by LudlowView Post

No just went on my way

A wise direction.

Quote: Originally Posted by MowichView Post

I love eggs - every which way they can be used - I get to collect all these wonderful free range, happy chicken eggs and am loving it. How long does it take before the chick's embryo starts to form - I didn't want to cut the little guy/gal's life short.

It starts to form before it is an egg.Enjoy life with chickens Mowich it's magic I love it, breakfast on time.
 
Danbones
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Eggs have a natural antibiotic coating so naturally collected ones don't have to be refrigerated unless they have been washed as they are in the retail system...
Washed store bought eggs should be refridgerated
 
Ludlow
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#11
I like eggs preferably fresh. I make really good omelets.
 
darkbeaver
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#12
An good omelet is the best part of life.
 
Danbones
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#13
lately I have been making omletts in the pressure cooker
seems to work like a charm

between the steam and about 3/4 teaspoon of corn starch per egg...

and I filtched two green tomatoes on the way home from the local...
 
darkbeaver
#14
Reads tasty.
 
Jinentonix
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My buddy won't eat eggs. He calls 'em "chicken abortions". I, on the other hand, enjoy what I call the cycle of life meal. Eggs and chicken together, like a chicken omelet or something.
 
Cliffy
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#16
Eggs are chicken embryos. I bet that's gonna put a damper on the anti-abortion nuts' breakfast.

Reminds me of the old joke: Guy walks into a restaurant and orders and egg sandwich. He notices the guy beside him is eating a tongue sandwich and says, "how can you eat something that came out of a cow's mouth?"
 
Mowich
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Quote: Originally Posted by DanbonesView Post

Eggs have a natural antibiotic coating so naturally collected ones don't have to be refrigerated unless they have been washed as they are in the retail system...
Washed store bought eggs should be refridgerated

Good to know, Dan...........I was wondering about that.

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

You can't hide a bad egg under pepper and salt.



A wise direction.



It starts to form before it is an egg.Enjoy life with chickens Mowich it's magic I love it, breakfast on time.

I really enjoyed my time with the chickens, DB.........they all have different personalities - some are real characters. I wouldn't hear a peep or cluck out of them until I approached the cage and started talking to them then they came alive and greeted me with all kinds of happy clucks. I always thanked them for the eggs and told them I would enjoy every single one.

The owners also have two of the strangest ducks. They are from Ecuador and Barney, the husband, told me they were street ducks. They will not go into a pond or puddle of water preferring to stick their beaks in a pail of water then spray it all over themselves. They also have wattles on the sides of their faces. Unfortunately, my time with the cluckers and quackers is coming to an end as the folks are due home tomorrow. I will miss my feathered friends.
 
darkbeaver
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Mine are free range here Mowich, I can't get off the porch without them muging me so whenever I'm in the yard there's this entourage of red hens arround my feet waiting for handouts. You do not want to have something tasty in your hand because they will leap waist high and snatch it.
 
Curious Cdn
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#19
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

As you all know I keep chickens and those chickens keep me. If you have some questions that my chickens could help you with please feeel free to PM me and inquire about monthly payments and easy terms.

Act now, I only have a dozen or so left.

How long do I capon paying you?
 
darkbeaver
#20
That is a good funny.
 
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