So I've had my 2 Cayugas for 2 weeks or so and we're getting 1-2 eggs everyday. I bought adults and we keep them in a "duck tractor" so they get a fresh little plot of grass everyday. Their eggs smell a fishy and we get some blood spots in the eggs. We feed them the same exact feed and water as the chickens, and so far we have only let them truly free range twice. We get no complaints or odors from the chicken eggs. Our feed is an organic mix of calcium, corn, barley, oats, and poultry vitamins. I could tell you more about the feed if my husband weren't in a tractor planting right now. Anyway, as another comparison. I was buying duck eggs from our friends before getting my own. They use the same feed as we do too! And they feed all their animals with it too, chickens, ducks, turkey... you name it. There was never a fishy smell from their eggs. Is there anything I can do to improve the egg quality and dispel the odor? I haven't really eaten them yet, but I notice the odor when collecting and I attempted to make mayonnaise today. The yolks hold together fine, and we collect them right away in the morning. We collect eggs 2-3 times a day, so I know they are not going bad.