8/29/12

Wordless Wednesday: Something in the Water


26 comments:

  1. What a difference!

    Hope you and Lily have a wonderful day, Paula!

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  2. Hi Paula
    What is an egg?
    Two days ago cursed to me peacock chick :)
    Have a nice day :))
    Ilona

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  3. Is there a big difference in the size of the hens?

    Wouldn't that be great.. selling a mixed batch of eggs like that.
    You could have large eggs and small eggs all in one carton :)

    Hope today is a wonderful day for you!

    Smiles :)
    K.

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  4. Ha ha!! We've had the same thing happen...I think it's pretty cool! Especially when you get a double yoker!!!

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  5. Do the hens compare their eggs-have contests? Some of your gals sure have the personality to compete....

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  6. Someone is eating their Wheaties!!

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  7. Haha, looks like you're comparing store-bought eggs to farm eggs! We started buying from a friend last year and I still can't get over how much bigger the eggs are that I get from her!!

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  8. Hmm...I'd say that's a definite possibility! ;)

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  9. That's a huge difference! Same chicken?

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  10. I love everyone's comments on this so far!
    Just to clarify~ these eggs are from two different Rhode Island Red hens~ same size and everything... the egg on the left is half the size of a "normal" egg and the one on the right is so big it won't fit into a regular egg carton!
    The funny thing is they were both laid on the same day.
    I found them the next morning and thought, "Hmmmm..."

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  11. i like your title. thanks for the added explanation. :)

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  12. Thanks for explaining...I had no clue, Paula! Wow...what a difference! That one on the right must be a whopper to not fit in an egg carton! Are they both equally as good? :)

    Have a great day!
    Tammy

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  13. Poor hen! Did you cook this big egg? If so, who ate it?

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  14. Such a difference! But always good to get fresh eggs, no matter what size!

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  15. Its a Momma egg and baby eggs tee hee

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  16. That's a big Difference.. I was about to say that I bet the small one was from a Bannie Hen..My Mom used to have those.. Then I read your comment..That's amazing..Blessings

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  17. Love the eggs. It is so much fun gathering home hatched eggs, isn't it? We never know what the variety of size & colors will be.Every day is like an Easter egg hunt!

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  18. Hum, I wonder how you could calculate that large one in a recipe.

    Bottle the water and sell it~ Remember the ole time peddlers with their miracle elixirs?

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  20. Well for heaven's sake...don't YOU drink it!

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  23. Happy Labor Day to you and your readers! Richard

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