Nutrients and Benefits On Duck Eggs (Possible to be added on to)

I love ducks! I want more ducks, but before I ever do so, I needed to know more about them and their eggs. So, I decided to write a little about...
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  1. caboodleschicks
    I love ducks! I want more ducks, but before I ever do so, I needed to know more about them and their eggs. So, I decided to write a little about my smarts on duck eggs. Yep, I got some smarts. :lol: :p

    Today I will guide you through all things, duck eggs.


    Nutrients:

    A duck's egg is around 130 calories, though the calories are higher than a chicken's egg, which is 72 calories estimately for a large egg. Even though a duck egg has more calories, I don't think it matters, as long as you feed your duck well.

    Ducks have more Omega-3 fatty acids, which helps with depression and asama. It has also been studied and might reduce the risk of cancer and even can manage certain cancers. (The Omega-3 fatty acids. :p)

    It has been determined, that a duck egg has twice the amount of nutrients than a chicken egg. The information is debatable, though, because when it comes down to the finer nutrients, like Vitamins A,E,D, ect., but a duck goes by the same followed rule: it depends on what you feed your poultry. (animals like chickens, ducks, Emu, ect.)

    Benefits:

    Duck eggs stay fresher longer, due to their thicker shell and who doesn't like fresh eggs.

    People who can't eat chicken eggs, due to allergies, can usually eat duck eggs.

    Scrambled duck eggs are much more creamy and richer than a chicken egg.

    A duck egg has a richer amount of albumen, more egg white, which makes pastry items and cakes fluffier

    I might add on to this if I ever find out more, which I probably will. :p Thanks everyone for reading! :D

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  1. Flufferes
    Very interesting! I have noticed that the duck eggs do in fact have thicker shells too, we feed the chickens oyster shell for thicker eggshell but we don't give any to the ducks, and their egg shells are equivalent to the chickens'.
    Awesome article, caboodledoodle!
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    1. caboodleschicks
      Yeah. Thank you! :D
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  2. ChickenCowboy02
    Awesome job! :D :thumbsup:
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    1. caboodleschicks
      Thanks! :D :D I was afraid people wouldn't like it, which is still possible.
  3. RodNTN
    Great job!! :thumbsup
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