In the Brooder
- Aug 30, 2020
I'd give it more time. Im surprised how many of the ones I thought were nothing are actually growing now. Keep the faith it's early yet
If you crack each egg, and it doesn't stink, then yes I would consider it safe to cook and feed to your chickens.Do you guys think it’s safe to cook the infertile eggs and feed them to my chickens? I want something good to come out of them, even if it’s just a chicken treat. Why waste 11 eggs. But I’m not sure if there would be any harmful bacteria in them, from having sat at 100 degrees for a week without developing... (though cooking should take care of that, right?)
I don’t think I could make myself eat them, but I’ll crack them open and feed them to the chickens if they don’t smell. Thanks!If you crack each egg, and it doesn't stink, then yes I would consider it safe to cook and feed to your chickens.
I once cooked some infertile eggs that had spent a week under a broody, and gave them to the chickens to eat--but I thought pretty seriously about eating them myself, because they looked & smelled fine.