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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Iheartchicks<3:), Jan 23, 2011.
Is this bad?
No, as far as I'm concerned, that's the BEST!
Is what bad... an beautiful orange yolk instead of those pale yellow things from the grocery store? Uh, no. It's not bad. Pic. please?
This is GOOD.
It's why we all raise Back Yard Chickens. orange , means healthy nutritious egg!
I hope it's not bad 'caus we advertise loudly and proudly on our web-site that our free range girls lay ORANGE yolked eggs!!!
Congratulations and ENJOY!!!
Orange yolk bad?????? You're kidding,right? I've only had one customer complain about the orange yolk and that's the same one that complained about the eggs tasting "too eggy". She didn't mind them to cook with but did not like to eat them just as they were.
Thats like saying too chocolatey
Orange yolks can also be achieved through feeding certain foods that "dye" the yolk.
But yes, the orange yolk is a trademark of a happy, well fed hen.
Quote: I guess I shouldn't laugh too loudly; some days I just want the cheap old Nestly's chocolate and find the rich Ghirardelli just to sophisticated - you know, like once every few months....