candling on lockdown, what to do with non-developed eggs

Mibotsu

Songster
8 Years
May 23, 2011
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just wondering if anyone has taken the eggs that havn't developed and like, fed them to their dogs.

i don't plan on eating them myself, but if i could crack them over my dogs food....would it be bad?

i'm talking totally infertile eggs, not like, half developed.
 

JJMR794

Crowing
10 Years
Mar 2, 2009
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BROOKSVILLE FL
JJ says they make great slingshot ammo for getting rid of stray cats, I wouldn't feed them to anything though.

VERY TRUE, BUT THEY WORK BEST IF YA GIVE 'EM ANOTHER 5=7 DAYS AT ROOM TEMP SO THEY "RIPEN" TO MAXIMUM EFFICACY
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BUT I ONLY USE THEM ON FREE RANGING DOGS... CATS I JUST SHOOT AND BE DONE WITH
 

Mek

Chirping
8 Years
Mar 28, 2011
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I bury them. But then something digs it out 4 weeks later and eats them... but that's their problem not mine.

I was thinking of giving the developed babies that did not hatch to a person who keeps snakes.
 

The Critter Place

Songster
8 Years
Aug 13, 2011
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Tucson, Az.
Toss it Mibotsu....

Not worth getting your dogs sick. I'm sure after that many days at 100 it's full of bacteria. If it's something I wouldn't eat, I wouldn't give it to my dogs. :) If others do and dogs aren't getting sick, I'd say luck which is always subject to change.
 

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