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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Tlammy, Nov 4, 2011.
Yes, and they can lay fertile eggs for eating. No drake = non fertile, drake = probably fertile. Either situation = eggs good for eating.
Quote:Some people are grossed out by the idea of fertile eggs, but it's no big deal.
I DO understand that the idea of eating a fertile Call duck egg is very unappealing...when you could hatch it!
If your hens are in with your drakes, the eggs MAY be fertile, but due to the time of year, they may not be. Right now, mine aren't.
My question is, how do you know when they are fertile and when they are not? I know after a period of time you can candle them but is there a way to tell whether or not they are fertile beforehand?
Quote:The method I use it to crack one open and if I see a bullseye, I know they are breeding. I then assume those after should be fertile.