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I have never seen anything like that in my life.
I does what I wish to. If your mad well to bad, sounds like a personal issue
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Is that from a young hen that just started laying? New layers  need time to work out the kinks in their system.  You may want to post that photo on the "Duck thread," and see what they say.

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:welcome

 

x2 on drumstick diva's advice...the duck members can tell you what that is about.

 

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:welcome  glad you have joined us.

 

Do post that under ducks forum.  All I can think of is a misfire on the Chalaza - but the appearance and texture is odd.

 

If you have access to an Agriculture County agent, you could call them to see if you can email the pic and ask they get the experts for opinions.

 

Would really like to know what you discover.

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