Hi it’s Jaime from Guildbrook Farm and this is a thousand-dollar egg. Chickies first day outside I put them in a cardboard box with the bottom cut out here in the backyard and I’m sitting here watching them so nothing eats them and I scattered some food in the bottom so they can learn to scratch and they already ate a couple bugs. They seem to be happy. Hey what’s going on? We got an egg! A Gary egg. Our little Silkie who has been squatting for the past week now has laid the tiniest little baby egg. See how she’s squatting? She in “egg laying mode”? So here are the nest boxes and we have little easter eggs in here to kind of help them figure out what to do and over here is our first egg. It’s the tiniest little egg… That is from a silkie chicken… that is a thousand-dollar egg. So we got our six girls on June 27 and it’s now November 29 and our little silkie hen just laid her first egg and it’s our first egg ever. As you can see here’s the difference between her little egg and a normal egg that I just picked up at our local farm. Ok so let’s see what they look like. This is my farm egg which are nice and orange and this is our silkie egg which is pretty hard actually. Look how orange that is. This is it guys this is our thousand-dollar egg and we’re gonna have a thousand-dollar two bites of scrambled egg here in a minute. I hope you guys enjoyed. If you like this kind of thing, like and subscribe and we’ll see you next time. Should we try it? Gary leaves some good eggs. It’s rich, it’s good, you should try it.