qa33010. Now that must have been a hoot and a hollar!!!!! Eeeeew, that smell, can't you smell that smell? Remember that song of a few years ago? Maybe in 1987 or so? Gotta be a better way to find out about "sloshy" eggs and if they are good or not (heh, heh, heh). :-D.
I haven't quite figured it out yet, but I think that the Roens have the bluish eggs, the Indian Runners a little more of a green tinge. Between the Muscoveys, Indian Runner, Roans, and chickens, we have about 10 broodie girls having a great old time. Soon we are going to have babies coming out our ears. 12 of our Muscovey drakes are going to the slaughter tomorrow. Killed, cleaned, defeathered (is that the term?) and then into our freezer. Much easier than doing it ourselves. Mmmmm, the drakes dress out around 6 pounds I venture, and that meat is so good, and very little fat. Last summer we did some of this dreadful task of duck murder and it is not worth my while in my eyes. Eeeh gads!!!!! What a horror show. Not going there again. I know there are more simple ways. Have a wonderful day, beautiful life, and best of health. Cindi