The egg abnormality, "blood (meat) spots," is caused by:
a. Rupture of one or more blood vessels in the yolk follicle at time of ovulation.
b. Tissue sloughed off of the reproductive organs on the hen.
Blood spots that have changed in color due to chemical action.
d. The egg being prematurely laid.
During the formation of the egg, the two shell membranes are deposited in the:
The egg shell is composed of three layers. They are:
The reproductive system of a hen consists of the __________________ and