How do you dispose of>.....

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by scrambledmess, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. scrambledmess

    scrambledmess Chillin' With My Peeps

    Sep 26, 2008
    NW Ohio
    the eggs that don't hatch? I know kind of a gross question. But what do you do with yours? I am not really sure what to do with them.
  2. mississippifarmboy

    mississippifarmboy collects slightly damaged strays

    Gently pitch towards the burn pile. [​IMG]
  3. Sir Birdaholic

    Sir Birdaholic Night Knight

    [​IMG] That's what I do, but the chickens & turkeys usually get em first. You can dig a hole, & bury them. [​IMG]
  4. EweSheep

    EweSheep Flock Mistress

    Jan 12, 2007
    Land of Lincoln
    Put them all in a bag and gently put them in the garbage.
  5. chubbydog811

    chubbydog811 Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 24, 2008
    New Hampshire
    I double wrap mine in plastic shopping bags and toss them in the trash! Much easier, I don't have to smell them, and I know nothing on my farm will be eating them [​IMG]

    Sounds kinda harsh, but it works...
  6. Petej

    Petej Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 6, 2010
    PDX area
    Double bagged and put in the trash.

    My preferred method:

    Wash dishes

    Place eggs gently in sink

    Make sure eggs are on bottom of sink where they will sucked in to the disposer when the plug is pulled.

    Pull plug, turn on disposer, wait for for sink to drain.

    bye bye eggs.....
  7. Kelly G

    Kelly G It's like herding cats!

    Quote:....then run!
  8. Teach97

    Teach97 Bantam Addict

    Nov 12, 2008
    Hooker, OK
    make the kids take them out
  9. mississippifarmboy

    mississippifarmboy collects slightly damaged strays

    Quote:....then run!

    yes, FAST! [​IMG]
  10. The Sheriff

    The Sheriff Overrun With Chickens

    Jun 17, 2009
    Northern CA
    I was burying them all until my yard started to look like the golf course in Caddyshack. Now I put wrap them in paper towels, and place them in a disposable plastic food container and into the trash, always with a kind goodbye. [​IMG]

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