one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to separate gold from dirt is through panning. this age-old technique has been around since the gold rush and makes a great outdoor hobby that can pay for itself. with a minimum of equipment the beginner gold prospector can separate gold flakes and nuggets from the
as ipse posted they will keep for a long time especially if refrigerated. i just had ate some eggs that were almost a month past their "sell by" date and they were fine. that being said the beauty of farm fresh eggs is that they are fresh so i'd try to use them as quickly as possible just so you can enjoy them at their peak.
ex: you cannot have 10 trees in red quarter and 2 in the others. even though this only gives 16 trees. 4 of the trees in red quarter will die leaving you with 12. however having 4 trees in each quarter will grow just fine and give you a total of 16 trees. whether or not you decide to mark quarter acres is up you.
separating gold from sand is very easy. the main principle used to separate free gold from other material almost always takes advantage of golds' relative weight. very few natural materials come even close to being as heavy as gold. the proc
maps and enemies section notes: results are based on several hundred/thousand runs to figure out how drops work. most of the results are based on several hundred runs (especially chests).
this video show's you how to separate your blonde sands and gold from your black sand concentrates. you use a magnet in this process and you'll need to have your black sand dry before you do this.
the old timers had a slow but successful method of separation that doesn't require any dodgy chemicals. you simply dry out the black sands magnet off the black sand place the remaining particles of sand/gold/black sand dust etc on a white piece of paper and gently blow until the lighter materials blows to the outer edge of the paper.
3 trends that are burying gold prices. by jonathan berr but that's fine with keith trauner a co-founder of goodhaven capital management which has $500 million in assets under management