chicken fertilize egg
Typically, a rooster chicken will fertilize a guinea hen's eggs. This may not be true for every rooster however, since some will not.
You don't the rooster needs to mate with the hen. Then the eggs will be fertile for about a month
A rooster can fertilize eggs for 8 years or more. The length of production depends on the breed and health of the bird.
they will feterlize eggs all there life
To fertilize a hen you will need a rooster normally you will need one healty mature rooster for every 10 hens. Once the rooster and the hen mate sperm is realeased into the hen and stored in sacs in the hen and normally one matting will allow the hen to have a 10 day supply of sperm to fertilize the eggs.
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No. The rooster has relations with the hen and she lays fertilized eggs
our roosters don't fertilize our eggs it would be good if they did
You don't, the rooster is only to fertilize the eggs. Also, someone might want a rooster to wake them up in the morning.
A rooster is not required for hens to lay eggs. A rooster is only required to fertilize the eggs, i.e. if chicks are desired, or raising chickens is the objective.
You should let rooster stay with the hen. The rooster will know what to do next.
To lay fertile eggs the hen will need a rooster to fertilize the eggs.
No, the interbreeding of a chicken and a duck will not produce viable eggs.
They are sexual since a rooster is needed to fertilize the eggs.
The purpose of the rooster in any chicken flock is to: A) Protect the flock. B) Fertilize the eggs and continue his genes.
No possible rooster from any foreign country lays eggs a rooster is a male so it can only fertilize a hen for able to make an offspring
the answer is you have to have a rooster with your chicken to fertilize the egg or nothing can hatch
If you want to have Chicks then you have to have a cockerel but if you want just eggs then it doesn't matter.
Yes, he must in order to fertilize eggs.
Because it is a natural instinct for them to go broody
You can't fertilize an egg once it is out of the hen.In order to have fertilized eggs, you must keep a hen with a rooster, then collect the eggs to incubate them and hatch chicks.
YES Roosters are sexually active 12 months of the year.
a chicken need a rooster to fertilize it's sex cell whatever it is A chicken can lay an egg without a rooster but the egg can never be hatched. If the egg is fertilized then the egg is able to hatch.