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Date Posted: 00:18:34 07/12/08 Sat
Author: Trina
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Subject: Re: My Button Girl
In reply to: Diane 's message, "Re: My Button Girl" on 16:32:11 07/07/08 Mon

Hi Manny, I've had eggs like that a few times, membrane on the outside but no shell. It was very strange indeed. Someone on here once had one of those eggs with no shell but with a smaller normal egg inside, even weirder!! Crushed oyster shell is indeed a great calcium supplement, either on their food or in a bowl mixed with a little grit. & cuttlefish bones too which you can grind up to a powder & put in food. Or instead of throwing egg shells in the bin after dinner you can crush them into tiny pieces for your quail. I always recycle my button eggs, put into a blender, hardboiled with the shell still on, they love it!!

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