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I wish I could. City does not allow it. Reason is possible smell or
noise. People trying to change the by-law limiting the number of hens
per back yard. Mean time we buy free range eggs which costs almost
double the battery eggs. But they taste better and more nutrition rich.
Exactly. We visited farm where the eggs come from, they have nests here
and there and hens just roam the field except COLD winter time, eggs are
collected from the daily visit to nests. They are all brown eggs all
Large, very large size eggs.
Farm women of my mom's generation raised chickens both for the
eggs and the meat. The chickens were cooped up each night for
protection from the night critters. They could roam around the
farmyards to catch bugs during the day though.
A weasel got into the neighbor's coop once. There weren't many
surviving hens as I remember.
Chickens would lay their eggs in nests in the coop. Yep, the eggs
were mostly large and brown.
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