What Is the Size of a Chicken Egg?

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A chicken's egg is, on the average, 2 1/4 inches (57 mm) long and 1 3/4 inches in diameter. It should weigh about two ounces (57 g). The largest eggs produced by animals still in existence are those of the ostrich, which are up 23 cm long.
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Depending on the breed of the chicken it can be the size of a man's thumb to an egg the size of a small peach. The most popular size for sale in supermarkets is called large and measures
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1. Choose the right breed. If you want large eggs, choose the right breed for the job. Breeds that lay large eggs include Andalusian, Delaware, Jaerhon, LaFleche, Leghorn, Minorca
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The color of an egg, contrary to popular, belief, is strictly cosmetic. It does not effect the nutritional value or taste of the egg. The color of the egg depends solely on the colo
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The egg came first. Species boundaries are imprecise. There's never an single point at which you can say, "This is a chicken; its mother was not a chicken". The parent species
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