The first egg, I got it.

It's dirty, it'll take them (or her, since I only found one) a bit to figure out the nesting boxes, as opposed to laying them in the mud. Also, I didn't go down there yesterday, so it may have been there overnight, and as such may have frozen. I figure it'd be cracked if that were the case, but who knows. I will wash it and save it in the refrigerator for Johnson.

So, to date that's $278 for 10 small chickens for eating, and one egg. It's a rough number, as the other fowl must eat the chicken's food, but now they're all gone so maybe I can pin it down better. We will do better next year.