Do Roosters Lay Eggs?

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A rooster is a male chicken, and only hens, or female chickens, lay eggs. But every now and then, a disease may cause a rooster to change its gender and become a hen, or vice-versa. Some of these roosters-turned-hens have actually laid eggs!
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A rooster cannot lay eggs. However, in very rare circumstances, a disease may cause a rooster to alter its gender and become a hen and thus be able to lay eggs which unfortunately are not able to develop properly.
Q&A Related to "Do Roosters Lay Eggs?"
Roosters fertilize the eggs and the females lay them, the roosters do not lay eggs. Its the same with humans, the females produce eggs and the male fertilizes them.
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First off, roosters don't lay eggs hens do. Roosters are the male. The hen raises her
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Roosters fertilize eggs through mating. They have a pair of testes attached to their kidneys. The sperm produced is held in sacs until mating.
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When the rooster is a hermaphrodite with advanced persistent Mullerian duct syndrome and complete androgyn insensitivity syndrome and has an estrogen boost either from a product such
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