Georgina's Raw Journey
Hens & Neighbours
On Monday I surveyed the ever increasing pool of eggs in the kitchen. I don't eat them and my bf is not going to want 12 eggs a day which is the rate the girls are laying them at - so I printed up some labels which I stuck to the back of some pretty postcards and took a walk up and down my street and a couple of neighbouring streets and popped a card through each letter box (but not the letter box of the man who set his dogs on one of my beautiful cats).
I've under-cut the supermarkets by about 50p a half dozen and my neighbours are flocking to the door and we are having little tours of the garden for the children and there will be an egg hunt on the weekend for the very little ones ... and the not so little ones ... and well frankly the parents seem as excited about this as the children.
The children will learn respect for animals, the adults will have fun and enjoy their children having fun and enjoy the time spent with their children having fun and the hens will get their food paid for. They are almost organic and with a few more customers, the feed that I have to buy in can be organic certified
get to met a bunch of lovely people I haven't yet met :)