"What is the nutritive value of egg"
This is one of most frequently asked questions! Eggs are a great source of many vitamins and nutrients that you need in your everyday life.
One large egg will provide 6 grams of high-quality protein and only 70 calories.
Eggs are a complete source of all nine amino acids that your body needs. Eggs are also a source of Vitamins A, D, E, B12, Iron, Folate, Selenium, Lutein and Zeaxanthin as well as choline.
It's pretty amazing that all those vitamins and nutrients fit in one little egg, don't you think?
Can you sell fertilized eggs for Food consumption?
How to store eggs
Are eggs pasteurized for sale to the public
Do all hens get flax seed in their feed? My wife is allergic to anything with flax seed
Can I safely pasteurize eggs using a sous vide machine for pregnancy?
What is the nutritive value of egg
What would cause my current eggs to have the yolk at the bottom (opposite the pointed end)?
Is safe to eat half-boiled eggs?
I heard that in some countries people use pigment to make the egg yolk colour darker. Is it allowed to do so in Ontario?
Do I have to wash my eggs to sell them from my farm?
How do you de-shell hard boiled eggs?