Please see a couple of emails bellow if you would like to buy some happy eggs. I will vouch for the chickens health and wellbeing having helped Mina on the garden recently. After a really good consensus process in the first term we now have a process for stocking non vegan/controversial products so I suggested we should not put them straight on the counter/advertise them until we try it out. However as Mina is going to Kenya and needs to deal with these eggs now I said I would forward on her message and if necessary we could store them in the fridge, any major concerns objections?
Subject: Re: Happy eggs!
Hello lovely Greenactioners!
The feathered brigade has been at it again and we are now drowning in eggs. So I thought I'd email and ask if anyone is interested in buying some. I have 8 boxes of eggs of many colours (even blue!) and they're £1.50 per box of 6. If you're interested in a box of lovely eggs from exceedingly spoilt chickens, please email/text me. I'll be on campus today from 11:45, in the refectory until 1:50, in a meeting until 2 then in Lyddon terrace till about 3 and collecting an order from the green food coop between 3 and 4 so can meet there too if that's easier.
My mobile number is 07957227694.
On 13 Mar 2013, at 08:53, Mina Said-Allsopp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I thought I'd email in case anyone is interested. I have 11 hens and 3 ducks and they have all decided to come into lay at once so I have about a gazillion eggs. Believe it or not, I got chickens because I like hens, not cos I wanted oodles of eggs! I've brought some in to uni and will be in the coffee area of the school of earth and environment from 10-4 if you'd like to buy any. To cover the cost of their feed, Chicken eggs are £1.50 per box, Half chicken, half duck eggs in a box are £2 and duck only are £2.50. The hen eggs are all sorts of colours, even blue!
I've attached a picture of a few of our girls. The hen is Judge and she lays white eggs and the duck is Om Nom.