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post #11 of 12

If that egg is rotten, breaking it will be the last thing that you want to do!!!

We raise and breed emus, primarily as pets. Our spacious enclosures provide a mix of pine forest and pasture and our birds receive lots of personal interaction and attention.  We offer emu eggs and chicks for sale in season.  
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We raise and breed emus, primarily as pets. Our spacious enclosures provide a mix of pine forest and pasture and our birds receive lots of personal interaction and attention.  We offer emu eggs and chicks for sale in season.  
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post #12 of 12
The water test works great or just setting them on a granite countertop. After 45 days they will start moving a lot. It not just rotating to one direction. Also try whistling why you are watching. They will usually respond by moving.

Good luck
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