Enjoy Easter a Little Longer with Blown Out Colored Eggs
April 6, 2017

Originally posted on March 11, 2016. Blowing out eggs is a fun, safe alternative to hard-boiling. Dyed egg shells can be displayed for several days or even weeks. Plus, you can still use the eggs for cooking. You might consider making blown out eggs this Easter because of food safety. Hard-boiled eggs should not be

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Tips for safely handling, dyeing and eating Easter eggs
March 30, 2017

Whether your Easter plans include bunnies hopping down the trail, baskets, bonnets or candy, chances are eggs may have a role. Coloring, hiding and eventually eating Easter eggs has been a long-held tradition for many families. For the happiest of Easter memories, keep these safety tips in mind for handling and eating eggs, as the

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Keeping Hens Safe, Warm and Healthy through Harsh Weather
March 14, 2017

Even though the calendar says that it’s almost spring – it certainly doesn’t feel like spring right now in many parts of the U.S. In midst of blizzards, thunderstorms and other extreme weather, how do farmers keep their animals safe, warm and healthy? Safety authorities tell us to cope with harsh weather by staying indoors

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National Eggnog Month – Make It Safely!
December 23, 2016

‘Tis the season for eggnog! Fine foods and drinks add much to the traditions and festivity of the holidays. Eggs are a starring ingredient in many eggnog and many holiday desserts (check this delicious collection from Incredible Egg). When making eggnog, the Egg Safety Center and FDA recommends using a cooked egg base or pasteurized egg product

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