from the you-might-be-in-wisconsin-during-deer-season department.
they don’t say to drink the coors for breakfast but i think it’s just taken as a given.
if drinking organic valley eggnog for breakfast is wrong, then i don’t wanna be right!
after tasting this morning, odin definitely and enthusiastically agrees that it’s as delicious as he remembers! so, go ahead and pick up a few quarts and make some eggnog cupcakes, or eggnog pots de creme, or the always delicious eggnog and orange juice 🙂
while it’s true that chickens are not particularly picky about what they eat, we have discovered that they do certainly have preferences and The Girls are quite fond of salad greens and yogurt ( all organic of course ).
the salad greens are great because the’re nutritious and they help maintain the deep orange color of their yolks.
there is some debate about feeding yogurt to chickens since they are lactose intolerant, but others say yogurt with live cultures is just fine since the probiotics break down the lactose and the benefits of probiotic cultures on the chickens gastrointestinal tract outweighs the risk of lactose intolerance ( diarrhea ).
i’ve never noticed any runny poop or other effects after giving them yogurt, but i really have no idea if the probiotics in the yogurt is actually helping them. all i know is they lurve the yogurt!
and when i say they loooooooooove it, i mean They Love It. as in, even after i bring them their regular chicken feed, they keep looking at me likem, “hey, seriously, are you bringing us the good stuff?” and when i do bring it out they don’t even wait for me to put it down before they start diving it ( there is a full fresh tray of chicken feed behind them in this photo ).
although i don’t know for sure if the probiotics are helping them, i do know The Girl who was feeling under the weather recovered relatively quickly and didn’t die ( which is what many people who have chickens privately told me was probably going to happen ).
so, you get up at a frighteningly early hour for a company off-site retreat because for some reason you’ve volunteered to help make breakfast for fellow colleagues who are all snoozing soundly.
while rummaging through the cupboards for salt and pepper to add to the scrambled eggs you find Support Staff Steph’s Secret Seasoning…