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Bought a dozen Clover Valley eggs at Dollar General yesterday.Opened the carton this morning to make breakfast and discovered chicken poo on on one of the eggs about the size of a quarter.

Used them all for dog food. You would think that the very least bit of quality control would have prevented these eggs from reaching a retail store. Usually I will open a carton of eggs and inspect them before putting them in my cart, but I was in a hurry and neglected to do so this time. Will not make that mistake again.

This review keeps getting rejected because it does not contain one hundred words or more.Is this supposed to be a product review or a high school essay?

Review about: Clover Valley Eggs.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $2.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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Anonymous
#1370396

Seriously?You obviously have no idea where eggs come from.

We raise chickens and eat thier eggs. They always have poo or mud on them.

People nowadays are so disconnected from thier food sources.What a shame!

Anonymous
#1363442

HaHaHa!

Hens only have a single rear orifice.

Both eggs & *** come frome same hole in the hen. To take the time to write your 'story', and multiple times to finally get it right with requirement compliance, says a lot about you.

Intolerant, clueless, impatient and a hair trigger.At least your pet(s) eat well

Anonymous
#1353311

You do know eggs come out the rear of a chicken right? Just wash them if you were worried. You can instantly tell who would not survive cataclysmic event...smh

Anonymous
to Dragonflyz #1370398

Amen. At least if the end of the world comes some of these idiots will die from starvation from fear of eating.

Anonymous
Boston, Massachusetts, United States #1350751

Always check eggs before purchasing. No matter where you buy them from.

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