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This is a Public Service Anouncement



We have busy lives, and sometimes it's hit and miss with the news.

But, you can have these bad eggs in your fridge ... and incubation after eating may not affect you for 4 days.

resturants and bakeries recieved these too, so if you become ill, keep it in mind.



Millions of eggs recalled in salmonella outbreak

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Tainted eggs may have been distributed to food wholesalers and food-service companies in California, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa -- but some of these companies also distribute nationwide, according to a statement from Wright County Egg. The suspect products are packaged under 13 different brand names: Lucerne, Albertson, Mountain Dairy, Ralph's, Boomsma's, Sunshine, Hillandale, Trafficanda, Farm Fresh, Shoreland, Lund, Dutch Farms and Kemps.If you think you may have purchased the recalled eggs, check the lot number on your carton. There should be two numbers. (A recalled package would have a stamp, for example, saying "P-1413 210.") The first refers to the operating plant that produced the eggs, and for a recalled package this number will be either 1026, 1413, or 1946. The second number gives the eggs' production date; for a recalled package this will be between 136 and 225, signifying that the eggs were laid anywhere from the 136th to 225th day of the year.

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I have 2 unopened cartons of Lucerne 210P-1260 ...

P-1026 is pretty darn close for a typo, and the date 210 is in the window, so I'll pitch them at the trees to feed the bugs.
 

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actually it's the hen's ovaries that are infected and pass it on to the developing egg...
 

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The obama administration has completed an investigation and found a rooster that was not using a condom.
 

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The obama administration has completed an investigation and found a rooster that was not using a condom.
that is freaking funny right there sound like to me (joking) that was money well spent.......
 

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Might sound a tad unfeeling, but I'm not sure that I see the real downside. So I get to eat a great omlette and lose weight? Heaven knows I could stand to lose a few.
 

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No problem here - my eggs come from a little old lady's chickens in her yard. If the birds were sick, we'd know. Think I'll have some for breakfast tomorrow...
 

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Once when we had hens we got a triple [not double] yolk. And also got one without a shell. Just the membrane. Maybe that was the condom that was mentioned.
 

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No problem here - my eggs come from a little old lady's chickens in her yard. If the birds were sick, we'd know. Think I'll have some for breakfast tomorrow...
Same here - we buy our eggs, and milk, locally...
 

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Don't eat raw eggs. The truth is that if you cook your eggs the salmonella are dead, dead and dead. End of story. No worries.



The truth is that there's as much salmonella on chicken meat, and has been for years. Why isn't the FDA concerned about that? Maybe because not many people eat raw chicken.



http://www.naturalne...nella_eggs.html


Or eat raw eggs at least once a week, come into contact with salmonella covered Leopard Geckos nightly, and clean the salmonella contaminated water of my red-eared slider's tank every couple weeks... and never have a problem? If you managed to eat concentrated cultures, it could make a healthy person sick, and by sick I mean get the shits for an afternoon, not pleasant, but not deadly. I think it's a waste of good eggs to throw all that out!



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FYI, the total amount of eggs recalled may seem a lot, but it's less than 1% of the total of what's produced in the U.S. per year. While salmonella isn't anything to sneeze at, it honestly looks like people are just running around like.... chicken little.
 

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i dont have to worry about that here in town sense all the eggs here are from a local chicken farm and plus i dont eat eggs
 

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Once when we had hens we got a triple [not double] yolk. And also got one without a shell. Just the membrane. Maybe that was the condom that was mentioned.


I got a flat of eggs from Costco last year, every singe one, and I mean every one of the eggs had double yolks.
 
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