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Discussion in 'Quail' started by Tripp, Jun 11, 2009.
That is interesting if we get one with a bump or crack I hike it into the garden! LOL
Storebought eggs usually have a code on the carton that tells you how old they are.
4-5 months wow i figured more like 6-8 weeks.....
I've gone past the sell-buy date on the carton a few times. I don't really notice a difference.
I DO notice a HUGE difference between old store eggs and old farm eggs.
I have read on here somewhere that if you put an egg in water and it sinks, it is safe to eat. If it floats, it's garbage. I can't vouch for this though.
Quote:Eggs in the store have a date on the side, you can tell how old they are, one number is the date they are packaged ( usually one day after lay or sometimes same day) and the next date is the use by date which is exactly one month after the other date. I don't think they can be sold after the use by date so eggs you buy should be under a month old.
Quote:This is true, the air cell gets bigger as the egg ages.