- Oct 3, 2018
Hello! I read about a method to preserve eggs for long term: water glassing eggs. We have a flock with chickens, guinea fowl and ducks. Right now, we have a good backlog of duck eggs as well as chicken. Most of what I've read is that you need to water glass very clean, unwashed eggs. But our duck eggs are always muddy and that seems to be the norm for duck eggs in general. Has anyone tried water glassing duck eggs that are a little on the messy side? I'd be open to suggestions on how to save the eggs besides freezing, too. Thanks!