November 2018 - Sponsored by Purina Animal Nutrition
By: Charlotte Brunin
One of the other girls seems to be laying "double yolkers" at a rate of 1 per week. This could point to a genetic disposition to release extra yolks before the shell develops, then encapsulating them both, OR it could hint that my Golden Girls are either very young or in fact in their golden years.
In addition to these findings, we have noticed 3 new things that may be correlated to the new food!
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