Hens are mom chickens and roosters are dad chickens. Only mom chickens, hens, lay eggs. They lay eggs all year.
Yes, they lay eggs all year.
No. All chickens do not lay eggs, only hens.
Chickens lay eggs all year, how else would you get eggs in the winter?
Each hens averages of one egg a day in the summer and there are a few breeds of chickens that lay all year round
Female chickens lay eggs. All breeds of chickens lay eggs. That's how they reproduce, so that the species does not go extinct. Although some breeds lay more eggs than others, some lay 350 a year and some only lay 100
YES Chickens can lay one egg per day depending on the breed of hen. Chickens can lay all year long depending on conditions.An eagle will lay a clutch of one to three eggs per yearly season.
Chickens and domestic birds will lay all year but wild birds usually lay their eggs in the spring of the year when temperatures start to climb above freezing.
The females from all breeds of chickens lay eggs. Some hens stop laying when they are old, but there are no breeds or varieties of chickens in which the females do not lay eggs. Roosters, as the male of the species, never lay eggs.
All chickens lay the bast eggs. In fact, it depends on happiness and health.
I have six pet chickens of all different breeds. My chickens will still lay on their eggs after I touch them. They don't seem to care at all.
All breed and types of chicken can lay eggs, as long as they are female. Some types of chickens can lay upwards of 250 eggs per year, others may only lay a few.
Yes, almost ALL birds lay eggs, just like chickens do.
Because chickens are the best type of bird to lay eggs, that's why there so common on farms.
No chickens can lay blue eggs, although country chickens can lay brown eggs and others lay white. The comment above is incorrect, chickens can lay blue eggs. Aruacanas, Ameraucanas and Legbars are all breeds of chickens that lay blue eggs. Depending on the breed, chickens can lay eggs that range from white all the way through to a deep chocolate brown in colour. The colour of the egg that a chicken lays is not determined by where it lives.
chickens lay there egg in a nest of hay.
Chickens do lay eggs, if that is what you mean.
Yes All chickens will lay eggs without the need for a rooster. All a rooster does is fetilize the eggs, it does not induce the hen to lay an egg, she will do this anyway.
Simple logic: Meat queen chickens lay eggs; meat king chickens lay meat queen chickens.
1 answer: Well,all female bird lay eggs. not the males. 2 answer:yes chickens only lay eggs, and nothing else (but they do poop)
Un-answerable question - what bird? Chickens will lay 200+ eggs per year.
No, they are hybrids and therefore do not lay eggs at all.
The Legbar chicken will lay around 180 or more eggs each year. These chickens lay blue eggs which are unique.
Most breeds will unless they get a protein or calcium deficancy. my chickens will stop laying for a short period if there is sudden changes in the weather. -earleykids. :)
About 60 a mounth. So do the MATH!