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    IF a chicken lays a "double yoke" egg (like you get sometimes in a dozen) and sits on it does it hatch 'twins' or what? Do not think anyone can figure this one out. LOL

    Who would know the answer to this question?

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    Most double yoked eggs will not hatch because there will not be enough space in the egg for the chicks to grow. When this does happen the chicks commonly die because they haven’t developed enough to live outside of the egg. Siamese chicks could happen but that would be rarer then regular twin chicks. Plus I highly doubt that siamese chicks would even be able to peck out of their shell and survive for any extended period of time.
    The yoke in the egg is not the chicken anyway...... And it is not the white part either..... It is that little piece that looks like a little piece of snot..... That is hooked on the yoke.......... Got it.......
    Thank you for taking the time to answer such a silly question.


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