Why does my hen lay double yolkers nearly every day. is it normal?what is the reason behind that ?
"Double yokers", means, twin chicks, if the eggs had been hatched.
Double yolks are most common in young hens, but they can occur at any age. There's nothing to worry about; it is a normal occurance, although it is surprising that it is happening every day.
by ngureco 11 years ago
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by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
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by hubby7 12 years ago
I do four things: I do breathing exercises. I do push-ups and crunches, and I walk about a mile everyday on my way to work.
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