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Can eggs break inside a chicken?

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Mireille Rempel
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2020-07-28 20:23:09
2020-07-28 20:23:09

Yes, eggs can break inside a hen, and it can actually be quite dangerous. Egg yolk peritonitis is a serious condition that can occur when egg matter is trapped inside the hen’s body, causing a bacterial infection. Hens suffering from this condition usually slow down egg production or stop completely. They may also be less active, have difficulty breathing, and exhibit abdominal distension. It’s usually treated with analgesics, anti-inflammatories, and antibiotics, although sometimes surgery is required.

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Harun rashid tufael
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2020-08-05 10:39:51
2020-08-05 10:39:51

yes, eggs Can break inside a chicken.

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Dustin
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2020-08-04 01:27:48
2020-08-04 01:27:48

No a egg can't that would be ridiculous

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Ryley Curtis
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2020-08-08 03:01:19
2020-08-08 03:01:19

well it bearly happens but it does happen

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rommelarcegachupa
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2020-08-18 14:17:06
2020-08-18 14:17:06

Yes.

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Anonymous
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2020-08-04 06:12:01
2020-08-04 06:12:01

yes he can break

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Anonymous
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2020-08-04 09:49:34
2020-08-04 09:49:34

yes

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Anonymous
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2020-08-04 10:30:06
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Yeah!

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Anonymous
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2020-08-04 13:00:58
2020-08-04 13:00:58

He can break

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Anonymous
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2020-08-04 20:58:38
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Yes

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Anonymous
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2020-08-05 08:25:51
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very true

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Anonymous
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2020-08-26 15:42:13
2020-08-26 15:42:13

Straining to lay an egg, paired with occasional cloaca protruding from the vent. This will eventually be fatal, because additional eggs will build up behind the blockage, unable to pass. Additionally, if an egg breaks inside her, the hen may be subject to septicemia.

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Anonymous
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2020-08-06 09:02:33
2020-08-06 09:02:33

Yes,

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Anonymous
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2020-08-06 22:28:51
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no

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Anonymous
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2020-08-06 22:29:55
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no

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Anonymous
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2020-08-10 17:08:21
2020-08-10 17:08:21

No

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Anonymous
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2020-08-10 18:38:53
2020-08-10 18:38:53

Yes,it is not uncommon for an egg to break inside a chicken it cause's injury to the chicken that is carrying the egg that broke

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Anonymous
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2020-08-10 21:08:23
2020-08-10 21:08:23

jently smash the chicken and the egg will break

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Anonymous
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2020-08-11 03:08:16
2020-08-11 03:08:16

NO

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Anonymous
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2020-08-05 16:51:36
2020-08-05 16:51:36

NO

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