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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Rocketrob, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. Rocketrob

    Rocketrob In the Brooder

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    My Rouen Hen, Bubbles was hatched in mid April and I thought I would never get an egg.
    So now what do I do with it? [​IMG]




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    Last edited: Oct 16, 2012

  2. moomoodiddy

    moomoodiddy Songster

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    uh...scramble it!! lol
     
  3. animalz11

    animalz11 Chirping

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    You can hard boil the egg, take off the shell, mush or chop it up a little and feed it back to them. It seems weird but the eggs are very good for them and will assist in egg laying (well, because eggs are good in protien, any future eggs that she lays will have the right amount of protien).

    My ducks will eat them, but they like chicken eggs better. If not, if you have a dog... give it to him/her. My first dog would only eat hard boiled egg, but the dog I have now would pick them out from under the duck if she could. She just sits there licking it.
     
  4. Rocketrob

    Rocketrob In the Brooder

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    Wow - Found another one yesterday morning and a third this am.
    Opened up #1 this morning and Yum Yum
     
  5. Amiga

    Amiga Overrun with Runners

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    Glad you enjoyed it! Sounds like things are working out okay. Keep us in the loop!
     
  6. CelticOaksFarm

    CelticOaksFarm Family owned, family run

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    Eat them and enjoy the fruits of the all the water dumping and pool cleaning. Never have understood why people suggest feeding them to the dogs or back to the birds. We enjoy the eggs first, extras then are offered to the dogs. (there are never extras lol)
     

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