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Slide Number 1Slide Number 2A = ShellB = Air CellC = YolkD = Yolk MembraneE = Shell MembraneF = Thin AlbumenG = ChalazaH = Thick AlbumenSlide Number 11Broken-out Egg QualityAA QualityA QualityB QualityPracticePracticePracticePracticePracticePracticePracticePracticePracticePracticeMore Practice Flash CardsSlide Number 27Elementary Egg Elementary Egg BasicsBasicsCreated by Connie PageCreated by Connie PageEmanuel County Extension AgentEmanuel County Extension AgentP.O. Box 770P.O. Box 770129 N. Anderson Drive129 N. Anderson DriveSwainsboro, GA 30401Swainsboro, GA 30401478478--237237--1226 FAX 4781226 FAX [email protected]@uga.eduApril, 2006April, 2006Inside an EggA = ShellA = Shell Made of calciumMade of calcium HenHen’’s diet must have calciums diet must have calcium PorousPorous Allows evaporation of water Allows evaporation of water from albumen over timefrom albumen over time Covered with natural bloomCovered with natural bloom Bloom replaced by thin coating Bloom replaced by thin coating of oil after washingof oil after washingB = Air CellB = Air Cell Formed when contents of Formed when contents of egg cool and contractegg cool and contract Separation of shell Separation of shell membrane from shellmembrane from shell Located only in large end of Located only in large end of eggegg Grows larger over time as Grows larger over time as water evaporates from eggwater evaporates from egg Size indicates interior egg Size indicates interior egg qualityqualityC = YolkC = Yolk Suspended in center of eggSuspended in center of egg Gets yellow color from Gets yellow color from xanthrophyllxanthrophyll in henin hen’’s bodys body Contains germinal disc Contains germinal disc –– where where baby chick development startsbaby chick development starts Surrounded by yolk membraneSurrounded by yolk membrane Flattens over time as quality of Flattens over time as quality of egg lessensegg lessensD = Yolk MembraneD = Yolk Membrane Surrounds YolkSurrounds Yolk Keeps yolk and albumen Keeps yolk and albumen separatedseparatedE = Shell MembraneE = Shell Membrane Thin inner lining of shellThin inner lining of shell Separates from shell at large end Separates from shell at large end of the egg to form the air cellof the egg to form the air cellF = Thin AlbumenF = Thin Albumen Thin white part of eggThin white part of egg Amount increases as thick Amount increases as thick albumen breaks down over timealbumen breaks down over time Less is present in high quality Less is present in high quality eggegg More is present in lower quality More is present in lower quality eggeggG = G = ChalazaChalaza Thick strands of albumen that Thick strands of albumen that help center yolkhelp center yolk Appear as shiny spots when egg Appear as shiny spots when egg is candledis candledH = Thick AlbumenH = Thick Albumen Thick white part of eggThick white part of egg Surrounds yolk; nourishes Surrounds yolk; nourishes developing embryodeveloping embryo Fresh, high quality eggs have Fresh, high quality eggs have more thick albumen than thin more thick albumen than thin albumenalbumen Appears eggAppears egg--shaped in highshaped in high-- quality, brokenquality, broken--out eggsout eggsPoultry JudgingPoultry Judging BrokenBroken--Out Egg QualityOut Egg QualityCreated by Connie PageCreated by Connie PageEmanuel County Extension AgentEmanuel County Extension AgentP.O. Box 770P.O. Box 770129 N. Anderson Drive129 N. Anderson DriveSwainsboro, GA 30401Swainsboro, GA 30401478478--237237--1226 FAX 4781226 FAX [email protected]@uga.eduApril, 2006April, 2006BrokenBroken--out Egg Qualityout Egg Quality Shape and Uniformity of AlbumenShape and Uniformity of Albumen Amount of Thick AlbumenAmount of Thick Albumen Shape and Height of YolkShape and Height of Yolk Presence of Meat or Blood SpotsPresence of Meat or Blood Spots Less than 1/8 inch diameter = Grade BLess than 1/8 inch diameter = Grade B More than 1/8 inch diameter = InedibleMore than 1/8 inch diameter = InedibleAA QualityAA QualityHigh AAAverage AALow AAA QualityA QualityHigh AAverage ALow AB QualityB QualityHigh B Average B Low BPracticePracticeGrade AAGrade AAPracticePracticeGrade InedibleGrade InediblePracticePracticeGrade BGrade BPracticePracticeGrade AGrade APracticePracticeGrade AAGrade AAPracticePracticeGrade BGrade BPracticePracticeGrade AGrade APracticePracticeGrade AAGrade AAPracticePracticeGrade InedibleGrade InediblePracticePracticeGrade InedibleGrade InedibleMore PracticeMore Practice Flash CardsFlash Cardshttp://department.caes.uga.edu/poultry/courses/ps2040/EggQualQuihttp://department.caes.uga.edu/poultry/courses/ps2040/EggQualQuiz.htmz.htmPractice WebsitePractice Websitehttp://www.animal.ufl.edu/Youth/poultry/broken_outs/brokenouts.htm www.animal.ufl.eduwww.animal.ufl.edu Click on Youth Poultry JudgingClick on Youth Poultry Judging Click on Show Me HowClick on Show Me How Click on Go to Main Practice MenuClick on Go to Main Practice Menu Click on Interior Egg Quality (broken out)Click on Interior Egg Quality (broken


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