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10 Weird Chicken Eggs And What They Mean [Podcast]

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Weird chicken eggs are just one of those things that happen from time to time, but they can be kinds of a shock if you're not sure why they were laid in the first place.   We've gotten quite a few of them over the years, and usually they mean nothing, but sometimes they can be an indicator of your chickens health.   In this episode of What The Cluck?! we look at 10 common weird chicken eggs and their meaning.     You'll learn: About 10 common weird chicken eggs and why they happen What they might mean about your hens health Some ideas to avoid them Which weird chicken egg you should take very seriously   LIKE THIS PODCAST? LISTEN TO THE REST HERE Links we discuss: Merck Veterinary Manual Thrive Market Feeding Your Hens Right 10 Abnormal Chicken Eggs (for photo references)   Transcript Hi there, and welcome to session 16 of What the Cluck?!, a podcast devoted to keeping chickens for fun and self-sufficiency. I’m Maat from FrugalChicken, and in this episode we are going to talk about weird chicken eggs.   And these are eggs you may or may not see in your chicken keeping career, but they’re good to know about anyway. Being forearmed with this information might help to quell any of the anxiety or worry that might creep up when you come across weird chicken eggs.   We’ll get into about 10 different weird chicken eggs you may come across and whether they’re something to be concerned about.   This will be a valuable episode that’s full of advice you can use today.   So stay with me!   Now before we get started, I just want to briefly mention a company that I love and that’s Thrive Market. Now, the reason I’m telling you about them is because it’s where I source organic items I use on my homestead.   So when it comes to your chickens, having raw, organic items on hand, such as honey, becomes extremely important if a chicken, or any animal really, becomes injured and I personally source all of my raw organic honey from Thrive.   If you don’t k

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