Incubation and Embryology - University of Illinois

Activities for All Ages

Things to Learn Things to Do
How to cook eggs
  • Cook eggs for breakfast, lunch, dinner, salads, desserts and snacks.
  • Make up your own favorite recipes which use eggs.
  • Show and tell how to store and care for eggs to maintain quality.
  • Show the various grades of eggs and describe what determines the grade of an egg.
Ways eggs are important to people's needs.
  • Create a collage showing several ways that eggs serve man Write an egg recipe book.
  • Describe several ways eggs are used in agricultural and medical research.
  • Make a list of poultry organizations in your state.
Careers in the egg and poultry industry.
  • Consider careers that might be related to eggs or embryology and list them. Attend career shows and exhibits to learn about opportunities in poultry science.
  • Look for college programs related to eggs and poultry in your state.
  • Visit these colleges. Interview a hatcheryman, serviceman, producer, grower or processor.
  • Compare independent producers to integrated farms.


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