What is a double yoke egg?


A double yolk is formed when the hen releases two ova from the follicle. Both yolks are enclosed in a single shell over the 24 hours of egg formation.
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Double yolks are a "mistake" in the chicken's reproductive system that
Not always. It is just two yolks got trapped together in one shell as the bird was forming the egg. Kind of like a birth defect. They would never hatch. You can buy double yolk eggs
Hi John, The green color that can occur on hard cooked eggs is a chemical reaction between sulfur and iron compounds at the surface of the yolk. It may occur when eggs are overcooked
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A double-yolked egg results when a laying hen's reproductive system releases two yolks within a short period of time. Roughly one in every 1,000 eggs ...
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