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Well, I cracked the funny looking egg last night thinking that I would give it to the chooks for their tea, but it had no yellow yolk, only a small white sack.


Decided against giving it for their tea and chucked it. What could have caused this? Never had it before and subsequent eggs have been okay.

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These kind of eggs are quite normal. They happen when a piece of yolkless albumen (or sometimes other matter) breaks away from the normal 'egg', becomes encased in a shell and subsequently laid. They've had some strange names over the years too I think, 'Wind eggs' is one. :D

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