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Chicky Chicky Ceramic Goose Nesting Eggs White (2)


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  • Great for training your flock for discourage pecking and encourage nesting.
  • Ceramic eggs are approximately 2.25 inches long
  • Eggs also work great for making all types of crafts and different art projects.
  • Made in the USA!
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  • Item Weight: 227 g
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Item model number: Goose2white
  • ASIN: B00O111L4I
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Nov. 15 2014
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Mexas Farms ceramic/dummy chicken size eggs brown in color . Each egg is kiln fired and is very very strong and durable. They have the look and feel of real chicken eggs. The ceramic eggs look so real you cant tell the difference! We have dropped them off the countertop and they hit tile floor and didnt break! Ceramic eggs are approximately 2.25 inches long. They are professional grade quality, great for training your flock or perfect for planting dummy eggs in your nesting boxes when you are training your chickens on where to lay there eggs. When there are dummy eggs in your nesting boxes they will learn to lay their eggs right where you want them. This trick has been used for many generations, is proven and works great. Using dummy eggs also help keep chickens from cracking there own eggs. When you plant dummy eggs in nesting boxes the chickens will naturally peck at the egg in the beginning. This is a good thing as when they are ready to start laying there own real e


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