A hen can lay an egg a day. Brown eggs are the product of the Rhode Island Red variety of chicken.* They say white eggs and brown eggs have no nutritional or taste difference, but the brown eggs are certainly more attractive, and bring back fond memories.*
From Garden for the Environment:
AN INTRODUCTION TO RAISING AND CARING FOR HEALTHY
CHICKENS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Saturday, June 9TH | 10AM – 12:30PM
Location: Garden for the Environment, 7th Ave at Lawton Street, San Francisco
You can keep chickens in San Francisco! Join Paul Glowaski from Pie Ranch, and the Santa Cruz Homeless Garden Project, for an exciting City Chickens workshop. You will learn how to legally keep chickens in San Francisco, from chicken coop design to raising chickens from eggs to laying hens, health concerns, and what to feed them and examples of city chicken systems. This workshop is $10 and will be conducted at the Garden for the Environment, on 7th Ave at Lawton Street, San Francisco. Please call 415.731.5627 to Pre-register or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
(*hint to the *lucky.you* contest section above.)