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backyard eggs may be many different sizes. In baking, the quantity of everything matters a lot more than it does in cooking. Too much moisture in your cake batter (from too much egg) can cause it to fall or not bake through… or it might finish with an eggier flavor than you wanted. Not enough egg can cause your product to be dry or dense, or even just not rich enough. When it comes to baking, you don’t want too many ounces of deviance.

Four great tips for cooking with backyard eggs

Grocery Store Egg Labels and what they really mean

Grocery store egg labels: what they REALLY mean

If you check out egg labels on cartons in the grocery store, you might be surprised to find that even "free range" eggs aren't what you might think!

...one of the ladies is egg bound and this is the site to go to.

Egg bound Treatment Works

Egg Bound Chicken Treatment « The Chicken Keeper

Guest Post at Eating Rules | Ten Reasons to Keep Backyard Chickens ...

Ten Reasons to Keep Backyard Chickens. [and no, not because Leeroy Jenkins says that owning chickens, in and of themselves, is a success in its own right, despite how terribly you fail at raiding on World of Warcraft.

Chickens get bored in their coops! Grow healthy sprouts to keep them occupied with this grazing box. Takes about 5 minutes to make!

Build A Grazing Box For Healthier Backyard Chickens (Detailed Instructions!)

Chickens get bored in their coops! Grow healthy sprouts to keep them occupied with this grazing box. Takes about 5 minutes to make!

There are a lot of left over hard boiled eggs at this time of year, a perfect opportunity for this deviled eggs trick. After we're done dyeing our eggs, it's normally not a problem at our house to use them all up--they're so delicious because our eggs are from pastured, free range hens! I love hard…

WOW your kids with this Deviled Eggs Trick

Enhancing Feeds with Fermentation #BackyardChickens www.FreeHenHousePlans.net http://www.eFowl.com/?Click=32918

Backyard Poultry Magazine

How to Successfully Incubate Peafowl Eggs by Craig Hopkins from the August/September, 2010 issue of Backyard Poultry - Backyard Poultry Maga.

1 chicken 3 square feet 2 pounds of feed per week 2 cups of water daily = 1 egg per day. #urbanfarmmath

Easy Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

Building A Chicken Coop - 1 chicken 3 square feet 2 pounds of feed per week 2 cups of water daily = 1 egg per day. - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Chickens on path

Top tips for keeping chickens in town - Country Life

Want to raise your backyard chickens naturally? Here's 7 mistakes smart chicken keepers avoid!

7 Natural Chicken Keeping Mistakes New Owners Make

Building A Chicken Coop - Want to raise your backyard chickens naturally? Heres 7 mistakes smart chicken keepers avoid! - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Charcoal is a super-healthy supplement for your backyard chickens. Here's why and how you can make it at home.

Charcoal + Chickens = Healthy Backyard Flock

Charcoal is a super-healthy supplement for your backyard chickens. This is one of the best backyard chicken feeding ideas you'll ever get. Here's why (hint: eggs are involved) and how you can make it at home.

These are not your supermarket eggs!

Accidents do happen and occasionally an egg will become soiled with droppings or dirt carried into the nest box by a wet hen, but of eggs from backyard chickens should be clean when collected. Here are some simple steps to ensure clean eggs.

Farm-Fresh, Pasture-Raised Easter Eggs AND the best way to peel farm fresh eggs

Easy-to-peel fresh boiled eggs :-) Farm-Fresh, Pasture-Raised Easter Eggs - Shannon Hayes

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