But duck egg color can vary within the same breed. Why can some ducks lay blue eggs while their sisters lay white? It’s in the genes.
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Q: What’s the weirdest question you’ve ever been asked about raising chickens?
• Why do you need so many chickens? — AnnaMarie Seward
• Are the brown eggs dirty? — Bonny Hettmannsperger-Smith
If you sell eggs, it’s important to have the best chickens for eggs. They are a commodity so they’ve got to be top-notch and plentiful.
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Add these breeds to your flock and in no time, you could be collecting green, blue, cream, pinkish and even chocolate brown eggs.
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