How many days from a chicken hatching to slaughter?
Technically, it is better to eat all beef, fowl, fish and other "recently killed" meat as close as possible to the last time it was alive. As soon as an animal dies, the proce…ss of putrefaction (the decomposition of organic matter, especially protein, by microorganisms, resulting in production of foul-smelling matter) begins. Depending on refrigeration and general hygiene on the part of people who handle the meat, the first couple of days may yield small enough quantities of microbes that there's no danger. The next couple of days (again, depending on storage) will result in more breakdown which may slightly effect flavor but shouldn't be dangerous if the food is fully cooked. When you get up to a week without freezing, pickling, smoking or other methods of preservation, you're going to start getting into dangerous areas.
It takes about 21 days (3 weeks) for a chicken egg to hatch. 21 days exactly when they started incubating.
They can hatch several a day. It is 21-23 days to hatch. A chicken will lay one egg a day.
21 days. 21 days
It takes 21 days to incubate the egg. the 21st day is the hatching day. if the eggs are mail order don't count the day the eggs arrive if the temperature is below 55 degrees f…. on the 21st day the eggs will hatch at all different times.
Slaughter of meat birds can start as soon as the weight of the bird reaches desired levels. This can be achieved as soon as 60 days but most birds are fattened to about 4lbs a…nd reach this weight at about 90 to 120 days.
apox. 28 to 30 days
21 days, whether under a hen or in an incubator. For a more complete answer, see the question and answer "How long does it take for eggs to hatch when a chicken is sitting on …them"?
it takes 21 day for a chicken to hatch
From the time you "set" the eggs in an incubator at the proper temperature you will need to wait 21 days.
it takes around 21 days
About a week. I have 17 chickens.
Countless, its billions and billions...
In 2008, 9.08 billion chickens were slaughtered in the United States.