It's quite a process. Each egg has to be cleaned, carefully wiped dry (as not to disturb the natural coating) and then candled. Candling was my job which meant I held them up in front of this light to check for any cracks and to make sure there was an air space inside.
We took a break for a farm tour and to collect more eggs:
Time for poo boots - it was my lucky day and I got the red ones!
Hanging out with my new friends:
I love these next series of pictures. As you can see, Sheri was a bit apprehensive to gather eggs:
Check out her supervisor:
This place rated right up there with the pumpkin patch for places to take pictures - so much to see. I can't wait to go back, although Paul likely can (not good for my chicken obsession!)