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Transport Question....

EggerinMOEggerinMO Posts: 49
edited 10:18AM in EggHead Forum
I have read several posts concerning transport. I could not find a consensuses on one topic..[p]Leave the guts in or remove them during transport... My egg will be in a table on a small utility trailer.[p]Thanks[p]EggerinMO
L and MM

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Comments

  • egretegret Posts: 4,107
    EggerinMO,
    Well, if you remove them and place them in safekeeping, you won't have to worry about them. tjv broke his base recently transporting it in a carrier in the back of a p/u truck. I'd remove them, without question, if transporting the egg on a utility trailer.

  • Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,246
    EggerinMO,
    I use a transporter in a very smooth-riding truck but I still remove and place a generous amount of newspaper between and around all the "guts" of the Egg. Eggs can be replaced but when lost to carelessness the memory never goes away (so I've been told.)[p]Spring "Practice Safe Egg'n" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

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