What did you do with your FIRST EGG?

Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Linda in San Diego, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. Linda in San Diego

    Linda in San Diego Songster

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    I think I will pierce it on both ends and blow it out. Then save the shell, eat the innards or course.

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  2. Heather J

    Heather J Songster

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    I think it is still sitting in the fridge. It's way old now, far, far to old to eat, or even risk breaking open. I ought to take another picture (since i think the first one was on the cell phone I don't use anymore), and get rid of it.
     
  3. BirdBoy88

    BirdBoy88 Angel Egg

    Dec 26, 2007
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    Quote:Thats what i did.. [​IMG]

    i still have my first egg shell.. it's about 2 years old now..lol
     
  4. Linda in San Diego

    Linda in San Diego Songster

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    [​IMG] LOL [​IMG]
     

  5. d.k

    d.k red-headed stepchild

    * Marveled intensely, took a half-dozen cell ph. pics, showed it to the whole family, and fed it to the dog. ( The blood sorta freaked me out. Wasn't expecting that. . .Wasn't expecting eggs at all, for that matter!! )
     
  6. cthrash1

    cthrash1 Songster

    Apr 15, 2008
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    Kept mine for about 3 weeks in the basement and showed everyone...Took a bunch of pics, then accidentally dropped it putting it back down after admiring it AGAIN. Can't admire them too much ya know...
     

  7. rebbetzin

    rebbetzin Songster

    Apr 4, 2008
    Tucson AZ
    Quote:Ok, I give up.

    [​IMG]What are those three squares on the left hand sice of the plate?
     
  8. Scrambled Egg

    Scrambled Egg Flock Mistress

    Aug 29, 2007
    Fayetteville, NC
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2008

  9. Wolf-Kim

    Wolf-Kim Songster

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    Well, when my sexlinks first started laying, I ate it.

    When my heritage breeds started laying, I incubated them.

    Sorry, nothing special here!

    -Kim
     

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