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The Egg-citing Egg - Teacher/Leader Guide



Authors as Published

Curtis Novak, Extension Specialist, Poultry Science, Virginia Tech; Catalina Roche, Graduate Student, Poultry Science, Virginia Tech; Kathleen Jamison, 4-H Curriculum and Learning Specialist, Virginia Tech

This publication is available in PDF file format only. 

“The Egg-citing Egg” 4-H project is designed to acquaint youth with the avian egg, its parts, and how they relate to human nutrition. Commercial egg production and marketing are also discussed. Not only are eggs one of nature’s most nutritious foods, they can become a classroom teaching resource. This publication is designed to be used in conjunction with “The Egg-citing Egg” record book for 4-H’ers. 

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Publication Date

November 6, 2019