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www.backyardchickens.com/threads/eating-pheasant-eggs.293410

Three pheasant eggs is equal to one large chicken egg. Let him eat if he is really willing. I'm suprised that quail eggs are considered a special treat when pheasant eggs are just as good if not better. Might be that no one ever tried to market pheasant eggs for eating or the production of eggs on a marketable scale never existed.

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And just so you’re aware, if you do end up with way more eggs than will fit in your incubator, you can eat pheasant eggs. They taste just like a chicken egg but are much smaller. Do you label or date your eggs? In the past I numbered all my eggs, simply to just to be able to look and say “Egg #14 is hatching and has been trying to hatch for ...

www.thereadystore.com/food-storage/11672/8-kinds-of-bird-eggs-you-can-eat

However, you would need to eat multiple quail eggs to match the same nutrition as a chicken egg. These tiny eggs are considered a delicacy in many countries and have even been used in healing remedies. Pheasant Eggs. Pheasant eggs are similar in size to a duck egg, making them slightly larger than a chicken.

www.chowhound.com/post/pheasant-eggs-goose-eggs-duck-eggs-wild-turkey-eggs-293095

Read the Pheasant eggs, goose eggs, duck eggs, wild turkey eggs... discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today.

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Best Answer: Fertilised or not you can still eat their eggs, the eggs are not eatable after then hen has brooded them from 5 days as this is when then embryo starts to form, If you birds are not sitting their eggs then you can eat them without any problems , they are not unlike Bantam eggs in taste. There is no defined breeding season with Goldens but they do tend to go down to breed in the ...

www.gopheasants.com/hatching-pheasant-eggs.aspx

At Windy Ridge Pheasant Farm, we pride ourselves in the quality of and the care we take in the breeding of our pheasant eggs. Our hatching pheasant eggs are hand-gathered, machine washed and sanitized, hand-sorted, hand-boxed, and delivered to you...with a guaranteed safe delivery on all orders.

www.pheasant.com/about-us/virtual-tour/hatchery

Pheasant Egg Hatchery. Our hatchery building is broken down into four key areas; eggs are trayed, set in incubators, hatched, and then sorted through in the shipping room. We also have pheasant eggs for sale. Eggs are sorted and put onto trays. Each tray holds 276 eggs.

www.gamebirdexpert.com/index.php/10-hatching-tips-for-incubating-pheasant-eggs...

The most important part of incubating eggs is to provide heat, humidity, and ventilation. If you can provide those basic needs and follow some basic steps, 25 days later you will have some beautiful peeping chicks. Pheasant eggs are incubated at 99 degrees and 51% relative humidity for the first 100 days.

www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-3038106/11-eggs-eating-instead-hen-s...

Emu omelettes, scrambled ostrich and soft boiled gull: The 11 OTHER types of eggs you should be eating instead of hen's. Gull's eggs are a rare delicacy and in season for three to four weeks a year

www.hardinggamebirds.com/chick-egg-prices

The eggs are then checked for cracks to ensure a good quality shell. All eggs are sized so that you don’t get double yolk eggs or smaller than normal eggs. All of our Bobwhite Quail, Chukars and Ringneck Pheasant eggs are hand packaged into foam forms to prevent cracking and movement.