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A friend of ours had a hen to die this morning due to a large egg. It was double yolked and big as a duck egg. She wanted me to ask if there was anything that can help prevent this in chickens. I have heard of the problem but never had one die from it that I know of. I am hoping someone may know something about this. Thank you
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I had a lot of double yolkers when my hens first started laying and never had a problem with it killing them. Are they sure that's what killed her?
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