Collect, Clean, and Store Chicken Eggs

The amount of eggs you are going to get each day is going to depend on the type of chickens you have. It doesn't have to be any work at all to collect, clean, and store chicken eggs.

Hens generally lay eggs within six hours of sunrise.

I like to collect our eggs every day. It helps to keep my chickens from brooding.

Did you know you don't have to clean your eggs? I do not clean my chicken eggs unless they are super dirty.

When you need to clean your eggs just use cool warm and if necessary a cloth.

Unwashed freshly-laid eggs from backyard chickens or a local farm can safely be stored at room temperature for several days or even a couple of weeks.

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