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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Ireland, Sep 26, 2011.
Quote:I Have seen it before over the years.But I have no answer.But I bet the hen got a sore hiney...cva34
It appears the hen's oviduct has simply laid down granular areas of calcium that appear as a rough surface. Just in case the actual shell is thinner ensure the birds have access to grit and oystershell
It doesn't bad. I got it many times.
The egg both yolk and the white part just the same with usual.
Since this is not a problem (IMO), I don't think this need a troubleshooting.