Would you eat it? Can you identify it? Ponder for a moment, then see the answer below the fold...An explanation by ChIck3n115 in the Reddit thread:Finally, something on here my degree (Poultry Science) is useful for! It looks like the egg came from an older hen (as they get older, there is more chance of abnormalities and double yolked eggs) This is probably a blood clot from either a cut in the oviduct or a bleeding follicle that grew large enough to be treated like an egg yolk.
Last week, we addressed which came first, the chicken or the egg. Then we answered five other burning questions about the fowl. Our series concludes today with four more FAQs. How come chickens lay so many eggs? It’s ridiculous. Som... Read Post
It has perplexed humanity from as early as the ancient greeks, so which came first, the chicken or the egg? We take a crack at this curious conundrum. By created by Mitchell moffit and Gregory Brown Read Post