What’s in my egg??

prettyLiLliars8

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I cracked open this egg a minute ago and this is what I saw? It’s the size of an oat. Which they haven’t had. What could it be? Also I have no roosters!
 

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CannedMonster

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Yes it’s a meat spot.
Often caused by a broken blood vessel as the yolk travels down the reproductive tract.
It won’t hurt to eat it but many people find it gross.
You can feed it to the animals or fish the meat spot out.
 

aart

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That is definitely a meat spot.
Meat spots are brown, a piece of tissue sloughed off inside of reproductive tract.
Blood spots are red, from a broken blood vessel when ova(yolk) is released from ovary.
 

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