Young hens whose production cycle is not yet well synchronized often lay double yolk eggs. It happens when ovulation occurs too rapidly.
Some heavy breeds of chickens will lay double yolks as an inherited trait. I had some Production Reds a few years back that would lay double yolks fairly often.
We have a lot of predators here in this part of Texas so sadly my hen turnover rate is fairly hi and they are all gone.
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