Thursday, July 8, 2004
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I was told that having a rooster among your chickens would change the cholestrol of an egg to a more benifical cholesterol, is this true and if so is there data to support this statement? Thanks for your help : )
There is no scientific reason as to producing fertile eggs which have a lower cholesterol content. So, my answer is no.
Ken Koelkebeck Extension Specialist, Poultry
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