chicken fertilize egg
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.
No. The rooster has relations with the hen and she lays fertilized eggs
The rooster has to breed with the hen.
The male rooster must fertilize the egg
The rooster has to fertilize the egg and you have to keep it in a warm place for them to hatch
No it needs a rooster to fertilize the egg.
they fertilize the egg so a baby chick can be hatched but a rooster is not needed for a hen to lay a regular egg that you are going to eat.
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.
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.
The rooster does not need to fertilize the hen everyday. The rooster deposits a sperm cluster or sperm sac when mating.The sperm live inside the female reproductive system and each time an ovulation occurs (every 24-26 hours in good egg producers) the egg can become fertile. This process continues and matings at 7 - 10 day intervals are necessary to maintain fertility. The rooster does not need to fertilize the hen everyday.
A rooster can only fertilize a hen by having sexual contact, in the form of a "cloacal kiss". The sperm must be sprayed into the hen's vent by the rooster's papilla, which is located on the back wall of the cloaca.
I believe the rooster came before the egg and the chicken thus he fertilize the egg to make the chicken that he could then mate with to multiply shove that in your bible..
Can a chicken reproduce without a rooster? The answer is NO, however, a hen will lay eggs, but a rooster is needed to fertilize the egg in order for it to hatch into a baby chicken.,
Typically, a rooster chicken will fertilize a guinea hen's eggs. This may not be true for every rooster however, since some will not.
The fertilization takes place before the shell is formed as it moves down the oviduct of the hen.
The fertilization process happens in the hen, so the rooster has to mate with the hen in order to fertilize the eggs. This happens his and her cloaca meet (called a cloacal kiss), enabling the rooster to deposit semen inside the hen.
At some point a rooster must fertilize the egg, it is not done artificially. A hen who has been mated to a rooster does not need to be fertilized for each egg however. The roosters sperm is deposited via a sperm packet which lasts for up to 10 days in the hen.
A rooster can fertilize eggs for 8 years or more. The length of production depends on the breed and health of the bird.
No, chickens actually have an ovulation almost every day. A rooster is not needed for a hen to lay an egg, only to fertilize.
Chickens do not need a rooster to lay an egg. They lay eggs daily. Roosters only fertilize the egg they do not instigate the process. Commercial layers never see a rooster in their lifetime yet lay hundreds of eggs over 18 months.
You should let rooster stay with the hen. The rooster will know what to do next.
Many people say that a rooster if fertile up until his death. The only thing you can do is periodically test the eggs laid by the hens he has mounted to check for fertility.
You don't the rooster needs to mate with the hen. Then the eggs will be fertile for about a month