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can you eat fertile eggs

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can you eat fertile eggs

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Yes.

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post #3 of 11

Sure you can.
They're just eggs.
I eat duck eggs during the winter when my chickens aren't laying and they're probably fertile if the behaviour of my 2 drakes is any indication.

I know my chicken eggs aren't fertile because I don't (won't) have a roo but if I did (but I won't because of the noise) I'd eat the eggs.

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post #4 of 11

Every day. They don't taste or even look (except for the tiny bulls eye ) different. Also the fertilized eggs are in stasis until proper conditions are met so you're not eating a developing egg. Just collect the eggs daily and don't give it another thought.

post #5 of 11

Yes. All of my eating eggs are fertile. You just have to make sure they are collected daily so nothings starts to grow in them.

post #6 of 11

Had one for breakfast today smile

I do pick out the occasional 'meat spot/blood spot' cause it grosses me out. Or I sprinkle pepper on the egg so I dont see it... lau

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Yep, can't even tell the difference unless you look ~really~ close!  Funny that most non-chicken-owning people think that you have to have a rooster to get eggs!  lol

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post #8 of 11

I start each day by eating a fertile egg.  The rooster insists on making them all fertile. I love em fried!
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A Californian transplant living in the Southeast....Wondering how the heck did I end up here.  Married to Andy, Mom to two great kids and Keeper of Cats, Dogs and3 roosters. and 11 biddies.

 Photo is of my grandmother in Washington State when she was three years old. Very early 1900's

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post #9 of 11

I think they taste better.

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Originally Posted by redsgr 

I think they taste better.


I agree! smile

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