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Chickens like to lay closer to night time and I was away yesterday when I got the eggs this morning they were 5 frozen. Do I discard them? I put them in my house in a hurry so I could make it to work on time. I didn't kno if I should put them in the fridge or throw them away.
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As long as they are not cracked and leaking, they will be fine.

~ Celia, a third generation Homesteader raising Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks on an Off grid Homestead in rural Tennessee.

 

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~ Celia, a third generation Homesteader raising Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks on an Off grid Homestead in rural Tennessee.

 

Never give up. While we still live there is hope. With God all things are possible.

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Originally Posted by mymilliefleur View Post

As long as they are not cracked and leaking, they will be fine.
they are on the counter bc I didn't want to mix them up in case. So even being on the counter when I get home they will still be ok?
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Originally Posted by Katelynschicks View Post


they are on the counter bc I didn't want to mix them up in case. So even being on the counter when I get home they will still be ok?


Yup, they will be fine. I never refrigerate my eggs. Because frozen/cold eggs sweat so much when you bring them inside (which washes off some of the bloom), I would eat them first.

~ Celia, a third generation Homesteader raising Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks on an Off grid Homestead in rural Tennessee.

 

Never give up. While we still live there is hope. With God all things are possible.

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~ Celia, a third generation Homesteader raising Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks on an Off grid Homestead in rural Tennessee.

 

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