Testing eggs for nutritional value??

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by fishbone033, Mar 26, 2015.

  1. fishbone033

    fishbone033 In the Brooder

    Mar 5, 2015
    Is there such a place where I can send my eggs to get tested for quality and nutritional value like how much cholesterol it has its protein value and saturated fat levels rather a whole breakdown of the eggs nutritional value ??
  2. Nutridata is one of hundreds of labs that can test your products for your eggs specific nutritional data.
    Their fees are $250-750 per test and for $330 more can add dual certificates for Canada, the EU and more. Their web site is http://www.nutridata.com but a quick Google Search for Nutritional Information Testing will bring up lots of options for you.
    Good luck!
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  3. Kelsie2290

    Kelsie2290 Free Ranging Premium Member

    Feb 18, 2011
    Hello :frow and Welcome To BYC! SuperK has given you some nice links to get started!
    Last edited: Mar 26, 2015
  4. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Queen of the Coop

    Mar 3, 2015
    Hello [​IMG]and Welcome to BYC![​IMG]

    Glad to have you join! Feel free to make yourself at home!
  5. fishbone033

    fishbone033 In the Brooder

    Mar 5, 2015
    Holy chicken lol that is pretty pricy to test some eggs I think I'll just trust what I put in my birds to come out of them lol but thank you for the feedback I tried googling testing eggs and found nothing but will try wording it different thanks again
  6. Yes it is, but when a company wants to start commercially supplying a food product, you can either trust the database information about the "Average" food item tested, such as eggs or you can pay to have your product tested to be very specific. For corporations this specific testing is worth the $ as marketing angles that set your product apart from the competition can really take off- Like EB eggs- They won't make the claim if they didn't have some testing behind that statement, but for a home grower just wanting to know how their feed is affecting their end product, it can feel a bit pricey. you might try the local Colleges or Universities - they might have a nutrition department itching for an interesting project- Especially since you are just looking for one or two specific results.
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  7. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Crowing

    Jul 24, 2013
    Hello, and welcome to BYC! [​IMG]I'm glad you joined us.
  8. BantamFan4Life

    BantamFan4Life LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO. Premium Member

    Jun 15, 2012
    Welcome to BYC! I'm glad you joined us! :)
  9. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

    Aug 26, 2009
    Out to pasture
    That's a boatload of $$$$$.

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