4-H members learn you have to crack a few eggs every now and then

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The next time you use the phrase "walking on eggshells," you'll think of a group of 4-H afterschool youth in Decatur who actually walked on eggs as part of their 4-H embryology project study.

In addition to hatching chicks, the youth studied the egg structure, and to illustrate her points, 4-H Program Coordinator Dena Hyde challenged the youth to walk on the eggs. Skeptical at first, the 4-H youth gained confidence as each one walked across a flat of eggs with very little breakage. Read more about the 4-H embryology program.

 

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