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(2 Videos) 2 Extraordinary Egg Shell Sculptors East and West While there are exceptional #egg_shell_sculptors, two are extraordinary: #Gary_LeMaster from the West (Iowa, USA) and Chinese born #Wen_Fu_Liang from the East.

How to dehydrate eggs and use the shells for chicken's calcium source: Take the shells and put them on a cookie tray. Bake them off for a about 15 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Crush them and offer them back to your chickens as a calcium source. Recycling! If you don’t have chickens you can compost them.

asylum-art:Egg Art: How Wen Fuliang turns useless eggshells into pricelss art pieces These pictures show the incredible sculptures carved from egg shells by Chinese artist Wen Fuliang Wen, of Shaanxi province, was laid off from his job as a wood carver and turned to the unusual and skillful form of art to make ends meet.He uses chicken, goose and duck eggshells. When the Chinese artist Wen Fuliang got laid of his job as a wood-carver he decided to make art out of something unusual.  He…

Don't know what to do with those extra eggshells? Here's a few tips on how you can use your extra eggshells AND save money by making your own supplement.

Balut is probably the most repulsive of the three dishes, going by its looks. It’s slimy, yellow, grey, and something you wouldn’t put in your mouth unless you were really the adventurous kind. A balut isn’t even an egg really, it’s the fertilized embryo of a duck. You can actually see the underdeveloped chick if you look closely. Sends shivers down my spine just seeing that think all curled up in the eggshell…

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Chicken Treats Guide. Don't Love Your Pets to Death.

Looking for healthy, homemade treat recipes? Look no further! This Flock Block Substitute is a healthy treat, containing lots of nutrition-packed ingredients that chickens need to make nutritious eggs, strong eggshells and beautiful feathers!

make sure they receive adequate nutrition. Oyster shells, which I have seen at a local supermarket, are an excellent source of calcium. Ground up egg shells can also be fed to your chickens, as the shell is mainly calcium. If a hen does not get enough calcium, the calcium that goes into the eggshell came from her bones, and you may notice little "bumps", or calcium deposits, on the eggs. Another sign of a calcium deficiency includes eggs that have soft shells.