I have been asked many times if hens will lay eggs without a rooster around. Do
they? How often do they lay eggs? This FAQ addresses these questions and ...
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Although a group of hens can still totally manage without a rooster, I like the ...
While you don't need a rooster to get EGGS, you do need a rooster if you want to
.... This past spring we added two Black Star pullets that have just begun to lay.
Hens will lay eggs regardless of whether or not they are being kept in the
company of a rooster. ... The only reason you would need a rooster is if you want
your eggs to be able to hatch into chicks. ... How Often Do Roosters & Hens Mate
Apr 29, 2014 ... In his first blog post for GazetteXtra, veteran poultry farmer Dale Wheelock tackles
a common question: Do you need a rooster for your hen to ...
Hens will lay eggs just as well in the absence of roosters. If roosters are ...
20 weeks of age and a healthy chicken will lay about one egg a day. A hen does
not need a rooster to lay eggs and eggs are produced in ...
Apr 13, 2009 ... ... a rooster to get eggs?" Luckily the answer is no, chickens naturally lay up to
one egg per day and, unless you want chicks, they do not need to be fertilized. ....
What happens to the males, the roosters? You would be too ...
You don't need a rooster to get eggs; hens produce eggs no matter if there is a
rooster or not. If you want eggs for eating or selling, but don't want to hatch eggs,
Sep 17, 2008 ... This is a very common question believe it or not. A hen will lay eggs without a
cockerel (or to be more accurate a cock since a cockerel is a ...