Feed for Orange Yolks

Feed for Orange Yolks
Add to Favorites Healthy Feed By Lisa Steele One of the first things you will likely notice when you start raising your own chickens is how thick the egg whites are and how vibrant the yolks. There is nothing more beautiful on a breakfast plate than a bright orange egg yolk, shimmering like a miniature sun. But does a dark orange yolk mean that the egg is fresher, more nutritious or tastier? Not necessarily. Foods With Xyanthophyll Xyanthophyll is found in such foods as apricots, basil, beets, broccoli, carrots, corn, kale, marigolds, paprika, parsley, peaches, pumpkins, red cabbage, red peppers, spinach, sweet potato, tomatoes, watermelon, and the leaves of most green plants. Fresh eggs do have thicker whites than older eggs, but that’s about the only visible difference. A bright orange yolk doesn’t mean that the egg is fresh and it doesn’t even mean that the egg came from a

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