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  1. Craigatcsi

    Not double Yolk, but Double Egg!

    In the 1950s, my grandparents had a hen lay a few Double Eggs! This consisted of one overly LARGE egg with a near normal sized egg, inside. Both eggs were fully complete with each egg having its own shell, yolk, etc.. My grandfather ‘blew out’ the eggs so they could keep the dry egg shells...
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    Raising chicks with the flock

    We have 5 hens and two roosters. (Only one roo does the mating.) Anyway, if one of my hens goes broody, can she raise her chicks in the same coop and run? I am concerned about the other chickens hurting / killing them.
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    Newish to chickens

    My wife and I are somewhat new to chickens. A couple of years ago, a neighbor across the street moved out and just abandoned 12 free-ranged chickens to the neighborhood. This really bothered my wife so she started buying feed for them. After a few months of them getting killed off one by one by...
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