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Iowans are meeting the coronavirus pandemic with the heartland grit and resilience our state needs to get through this crisis together. As lifelong family farmers, we are prouder than ever to stand shoulder to shoulder with hardworking Iowans who are plowing forward to get us through this public health emergency. Across our state’s farm-to-fork supply chain, Iowans are putting food on our tables and delivering critical supplies Americans need to survive. Iowa leaders in food and agriculture, manufacturing, fuels, logistics, and nonprofit organizations are adapting to extraordinary circumstances to carry out essential functions.

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Eggs that are still in their shells shouldn't be frozen. If you accidentally froze some eggs and the shells burst, the USDA suggests you throw them out. If the shells didn't crack, you can thaw them in the refrigerator for later use. Just be warned, the texture will likely be off.

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