- Jun 16, 2013
A few days ago I found an impossibly tiny egg in an old cat carrier so I knew laying had begun. This morning I couldn't find one of my 2 serama pullets and was panicking that something had gotten her. Finally found her sitting on a nest 5 feet off the ground with 7 eggs. She isn't brooding them. Can I take the eggs and eat them? It's been hot and humid here. Or should I leave them? The rooster that's been breeding her is not the one I would choose but these would be pet quality anyway.