What is the difference between a homemade egg and a factory egg?

The main difference is that they are much tastier than factory-made ones.

Homemade eggs can be more expensive than factory eggs.

Domestic chickens lay fertilized eggs (as, as a rule, there is a rooster), which is why their yolk is brighter and richer, while in factory eggs it is pale and slightly yellow.

Due to the varied diet of domestic chickens, eggs are again tastier than factory eggs, where chickens receive a monotonous and proven diet. Therefore, home eggs are more nutritious in terms of nutrient content.

There are no antibiotics in domestic eggs, in the factory ones they are.

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