Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
yup... u r ryt ... not dye... i meant pigment from diet... tnx 4 correcting me.. i got confused as there are some pigments that can be used as dyes (which i generalized into coloring material )...
"Why you care about small things? World very simple place...
World only have two things: Things you can eat and things you no can eat."
- Quina Quen (ffix)
I am sorry If I misinterpreted, but I translated this sentence: "is the egg yolk will obtain the color of the dye that was being used?" for "will the egg yolk will have the same color as the dye we give thru chicken's food?"
have any of you been to the farmers market and seen some chickens that are blue or red? Do they just dye(or highly pigment) the chicks after they hatch or is it some other messing with the egg? Or the momma chicken?
The farmer wouldn't tell me...
BTW they do sell double yolk chickens in New Mexico and California... As far as I know... not commercially though... just farmer market stuff...
Okay me and my husband are expecting a baby. I'm only 6 weeks along. But we've had many "signs" that it may be twins. We have cracked 8 eggs in a 12 carton and ALL of them have been Double yolked. We are freaking out b/c we KNOW how rare this is....so does that mean we could be ahving twins?????
chek this out
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