December Giveaway #6: Hen Bag!

Do you have someone on your Christmas list who is impossible to buy for? Or someone who *really* likes chickens? Have I got a prize for you! A real, honest-to-goodness rubber chicken hen bag is just the thing for that special someone.



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Blue Yurt Farms

The Browning Homestead at Red Fox Farm

House Barn Farm

Les Farms

Natural Chicken Keeping

The Farmstead

The Faulk Farmstead

Five Little Homesteaders

Green Eggs & Goats Farm

Ever Growing Farm

Timber Creek Farm


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  1. says

    LOVE the bag! We pay $4 a dozen for our free-range, organic eggs. I love my farmer and her chickens make the BEST eggs! Liquid gold in my book. :)

  2. says

    You’re not going to believe this. I pay only $2 a dozen for farm-fresh eggs. I have 4 neighbors with chickens so there is a steady supply to feed my large family!

  3. Theresa Thomas says

    I pay for my eggs with love and care! I raise chickens, ducks, turkeys, guineas, quail, chukars and pheasants! I have 12 laying hens right now with 20 young ones that will start laying in April. Yum!

  4. Sue Pell says

    I usually pay between $3 to $6 for a dozen eggs. Can be quite expensive depending on whether they are free range. We used to have our own silky bantoms but unfortunately a fox broke into the chook pen. Miss them all the time but hopefully in the near future I will be able to have some more.

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