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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by Sheila, Feb 27, 2009.
Can't seem to find this anywhere.
I can't quote a source but I heard non-fertile eggs will keep longer. My take on that is with fertile eggs, you might accidentally end up with one that slacks to develop. Don't take this to the bank
I'm really not sure but my guess would be that they both keep equally well if refrigerated. If they are not refrigerated, I would worry about the fertile eggs. Again, this is only a guess! Genie
I think you are both correct. I ask because I was talking to a farmer who said the opposite, that fertile keep longer.