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16868064 No.16868064 [Reply] [Original]

White eggs or brown eggs? Why?

>> No.16868065 [DELETED] 

brown because I'm white. We call them "colored eggs"

>> No.16868074

I know it's from the colour of the chicken but I swear white eggs are more fragile than brown eggs

>> No.16868215

>>16868074
It's myth, but they are way more intelligent and have the same big egg cock as black eggs

>> No.16868227
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I prefer the blue ones.

>> No.16868231

take the duck eggpill

>> No.16868234

>>16868227
>giving chickens diabetes

>> No.16868358

>>16868074
Brown ones are usually bigger.

>> No.16868628

>>16868358
Ok cuck

>> No.16868766

>>16868064
doesn't matter, they're both eggs.

>> No.16868775

>>16868064
it doesn't matter the color is added to the eggs just hours before it is laid, and can be removed.

egg color means nothing.

>> No.16869086

>>16868074
Brown eggs are usually pasture raised and white are usually factory raised. They could make white pasture ones, but i think they make them brown since people think brown food = healthier (like with rice, bread)

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