Eggs in fridge.

Discussion in 'General Chicken Discussion' started by chickchica, Aug 24, 2012.

  1. chickchica

    chickchica New Member

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    One of my pullets has started laying eggs! Yippee!! I was wondering if it's alright to put the egg directly into the fridge . Dixie,my buff,has been laying an egg everyday since Sunday. I havnt eaten them yet. When I find one that is still warm, I bring it in and let it cool off before putting it in the fridge. I learned all about the bloom this week, Only washed the first egg before sticking it in the fridge. So the question is; can I refrigerate eggs while they're still warm?
     
  2. cindy

    cindy New Member

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    I do all the time..
     

  3. cogburn

    cogburn New Member

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    Yes, that's fine... I have so many that I keep a basket on the kitchen table where the eggs (2-3 doz) go after collecting. Some folks bring empty egg cartons when they buy eggs and I'll just fill their cartons from the basket. But there's constantly 8-10 dozen in my fridge, and I really don't have room to keep them all cold..
     
  4. ThreeJ

    ThreeJ New Member

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    Mine usually go from coup to refidge.
     
  5. chickchica

    chickchica New Member

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  6. earlyt89

    earlyt89 New Member

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    How long are eggs good for? If I collect every day