So, when it's around 90 /100 to 105/107 degrees during the day, it does have an impact on the laying hens. They're trying to adjust to the heat, just like we are, and in doing so, you may see a little bit of a shift or change in the egg. Not always, but sometimes.
Nothing is wrong. Everything is perfectly normal. Sometimes the egg is a little bit looser or maybe gives a little bit more watery appearance on the inside, but there's absolutely nothing wrong.
There's no issues, no worries, but a fun fact for you to know because we at Circle C Farm strive to provide education in addition to awesome proteins for you and for your family.
So hope that we gave you some information that you didn't have before.