So, I took my test on neurophysiology and neuroanesthesia today. Whew - I'm glad that's over! I studied like a fiend for that test, and I think (I hope) it paid off. I did guess on a few answers, but overall I'm sure I passed and reasonably sure I got a decent grade. So, we'll find out sometime next week.
Now it's time for some catching up - I neglected almost everything to study for the last week or so, and everyone on the farm has been very indulgent about that. I'll spend the next few days trying to make up for that to some degree, although before you know it there will be another test! Still, this is temporary, as I keep reminding myself.
The hens are starting to cut back on their egg-laying; we're getting maybe 6 eggs a day now. That's plenty, because we have a refrigerator full of eggs in the garage, and eggs keep for a long time. We could extend the egg-laying season by putting a light in the chicken coop, but I'm not sure I want to stress my girls to that extent. Eggs can be frozen for baking , so if we can put up enough eggs to get through the winter baking season, we might be okay. I guess we need to do some research and see how much stress the extra light really is and decide if we want to mess with it or not.
Okay, that's it for today - have a great evening, everyone!