How Are Chickens Born?


Chickens are born from eggs laid by a hen after she has mated with a rooster. The incubation period for the eggs is 21 days. The embryo will have developed a special spot called an 'egg tooth' on its beak by the 21st day, and it will use this spot to break open its shell so it can hatch.
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out of an egg in a couple of weeks after the egg is layed .
Chickens are hatched, not born in the truest sense of the word... Thanks for asking
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Researchers found in 2006 that the egg came before the chicken. Cells had to come first! Ask us
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The chicken is a bird that is hatched from a egg. When born, they are covered in a thick fur and have a small beak. Chickens can live up to 10 years in the right environment.
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