Keeping chickens for eggs and as pets is popular in both rural and in urban
areas. I have kept chickens and geese as pets for 17 years and never tire of ...
Hens don't need a rooster in order to lay eggs. Without a rooster, the eggs are
infertile, so won't develop into young chicks. Of course, if you are interested in ...
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Hens will lay eggs just as well in the absence of roosters. If roosters are present,
Hens will lay eggs regardless of whether or not they are being kept in the ... The
only reason you would need a rooster is if you want your eggs to be able to ...
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 ...
While you don't need a rooster to get EGGS, you do need a rooster if you want to
... Just like humans, female chickens produce eggs on their own, but they require
.... This past spring we added two Black Star pullets that have just begun to lay.
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 ...
Once it has reached physical maturity at about 6 months, a hen lays eggs
regardless of whether it has mated with a rooster. The egg production also occurs
I know we don't need a rooster to get eggs, but. ... And so much for the rooster
laying down his life for the hens, The rooster was, in BOTH cases ...