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Can a double yoke (if fertilized) develop twin chicks?


Just wondered if that were possible.

 

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    Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago

    That is interesting so thank you for that. It would seem cruel then to hatch them if so many bad things could happen. I was just curious and don't have a rooster so no chance of that but now I know and I appreciate it!


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Ruth R. Martin (healthwealthmusic) says

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    Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago

    Thanks for stopping by; I hope we both find out!

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    Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago

    If I get all the right answers I just might. Thanks!

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    Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago

    You are right to be confused it is yolk, but for some reason it is called yoke too; especially with the double; but perhaps I should have said double yolk; but either is correct. I think. lol


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