I’ve been keeping track of my ladies egg production by writing it in a pocket calender. This has not been the best way to keep track of the numbers. I found an egg production sheet from the early 1900’s on another blog. My computer skills aren’t the best, I could not figure how to print out this sheet. Fortunately I am married to an amazing woman, one with skills on a spread sheet that I am just in awe of. I explained what I wanted the yearly sheet to contain and it appeared.
Back to my computer skills. I tried to get that spread sheet to attach to my blog so anyone could print it. I failed. So I took a picture of it.
I’m going to ask my very talented wife to add an average eggs per day row to the bottom. Some of you probably think this whole thing should be done on the computer, my wife does, but I like filling it out at the kitchen table at the end of the day. I really like the average eggs per day tally, 4.93 eggs per day for both September and October from 5 hens, not bad ladies. Even the 4.35 eggs per day for the cold winter month of February is quite something. They are good chickens. If you might want the spread sheet, let me know and I think I can e-mail it to you.