Before the first rooster breaks in song, before the sun wipes the sleep from it's eyes, before anyone's brain is actually working without the assistance of caffeine, I am teaching "at the egg place". *Start time 7:00 a.m. It takes me about 20-25 minutes to drive to this company every Tuesday and Friday, but it's worth it. The people there are excited to learn and I am hearing progress, which is the ultimate goal.
Straight from the hens....
In this section of the warehouse there are one million eggs. I counted them.
For two hours at a time one person stands there and picks out the bad eggs. That end up in this icky mess. (Below)
Separating the eggs according to size.
Put in cartons.
To the store they go...
Pretty cool, a. (So Canadian.) Another job perk, free eggs.
How do you order your eggs?