The camera has died. I need to go out and get some batteries tonight. The baby goats have been alive now for 24 hours. I would think that Maggie is letting them eat. When I got home and checked on them, both babies where up and walking around and crying.
I had to unload 5 bags of grain and that caused both Juju and Maggie to get up and check it out. I blocked the goat stall so that they are all stuck inside and can't get out. It is about 38 at my house and raining. It's been very cool all day and I was worried that if the babies got out of the stall and into the yard that they might not be able to get back in. And goats aren't like cats and dogs that can pick up babies by the neck and carry them around.
Switch of topic.
How much should I sell my free range eggs for? I am getting eight a day. I have paid two dollars for them from somebody else last year. ( A few times) A patron at the library asked how much and when I said two dollars she said that was way to high, she buys from this other lady and only pays one dollar. I know some people that sell for two and some sell for one. I'm not trying to get rich off the eggs and I don't want to end up having doz and doz of eggs in the fridge. but.....you get yucky, old, caged chicken eggs at Walmart for 1.39 a doz. These are fresh, free range eggs.
Should they be worth a little more then Walmart eggs?
What would you pay for them?
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