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Hi So sometimes a watery egg yolk can be down to genetics. Simply, it is very annoying but sometimes it is just due to genes the hen has inherited. Some genes mean the yolk is bigger or the egg white is more watery. This could be the situation in your case although what everyone else has mentioned seems to be possible reasons also. Age, storage of eggs etc.

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