[permaculture] Paleness of African Chicken Egg Yolks

A Sampson-Kelly april at permaculturevisions.com
Wed Apr 7 18:40:39 EDT 2010


I have an enquiry from Uganda. I am curious too. She lives in a wet 
humid area of Uganda, similar to Malaysia in many ways (where the 
chicken originated)
She wonders why Afrcian free-range eggs are so pale in their yolk.
Is it the species of chicken or is the nutrients in the soil and plants?
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