Keeping chickens for eggs and as pets is popular in both rural and in urban
areas. ... I have been asked many times if hens will lay eggs without a rooster
Technically you don't need a rooster to get eggs, but you may want one. The
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Sep 26, 2014 ... This Explains Why a Chicken Doesn't Need a Rooster to Lay Eggs ... neighbor
has only gentle hens and no morning-busting roosters.
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 ...
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 ...
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
Dec 14, 2015 ... You can then incubate the eggs to hatch out chicks. You typically need one
rooster for every 10 hens. Roosters also can help to protect the flock ...
Apr 29, 2014 ... In his first blog post for GazetteXtra, veteran poultry farmer Dale Wheelock ... a
common question: Do you need a rooster for your hen to lay eggs?