Both of these breeds are great layers and can lay everyday, but no guarantee. Try to collect the eggs as soon as possible in this heat, however if they lay in the morning and you can't collect them until evening, they should be fine. But definitely collect them at some point during that same day they are laid.
Never wash eggs until you are ready to use them as you are thus washing off the bloom which protects the inside of the egg from bacteria. And and you don't need to wash them at all if you don't want to. I never have washed my eggs unless they are really poopy. If you do wash them, wash them with warm water only. Cold water will push bacteria into the egg through the walls of the shell. They do make egg wipes...and all natural oil type wipe from Manna Pro that you can wipe your eggs off before selling or storing.
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My Road Island Red hen has layed a white egg. All her other eggs have been brown. She has layed about 100 eggs now and this is the only one that is white. can any one tell me why she layed a white egg.
I picked it up it is white. I have other layers that lay white eggs but none of them can get the coop with her and the rooster. I have already checked the coop to see if that was at all possible. But the egg is white white no color to it at all.