How do chickens reproduce?

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Chicken reproduce when the rooster and hen mate, the sperm is deposited in the hen's oviduct where it sits until the eggs are formed.
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Roosters will initiate the reproduction process by dancing around a hen and if necessary, will chase her down. When he has successfully courted the hen, the mating process begins.
The female chicken lays an egg, and if it has been fertilized by the male, will produce a baby chick. To mate the male will insert his sperm from his cloaca into the female cloaca. The male chicken does not have a penis, so there isn't penetration during mating. This process if successful will produce a fertilized egg in around 24 hours. You can find more information here: http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/poultrypage/poultry-FAQ.htm
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