Selling fertilized eggs at a farm stand

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by ERICKSON16, Oct 2, 2018.

  1. ERICKSON16

    ERICKSON16 Hatching

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    I have always sold my chicken eggs from my house but I have a new flock this year and a Rhode Island Red rooster. We've never had a rooster so I want to make sure I can still sell the eggs if they are fertilized, from my farm stand at home and possibly a farmers market.
     
  2. Peppercorngal

    Peppercorngal Songster

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    Yes, you can sell fertilized eggs. Most people can't tell the difference. I have an egg business in California. I have a egg handler's license here. I am required to refrigerate the eggs and they have to be sold in 30 days of being laid. Don't know where you are and what requirements are in place there. I never wash the eggs. They are protected already and washing removes it. :p
     
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