Hens and their chicks stay in their nests.
A hens habitat is in a chicken coop. She will build a nest for her eggs, and roost at night.
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hens need layers pellets so they lay Consistently hens need fresh water hens need a well insulated house that is nice and cosy they need protection from predators [lock them in EVERY night play with your hens to get them used to you
They don't. Some hens will lay at night, some in the daytime.
Chickens do better when they roost at night up off the ground. And they're happier, also. It is the natural way for a bird to sleep.
The standard collective nouns for 'hens' are:a brood of hensa clutch of hens
Yes, the rooster should roost with the hens at night. He is the protector of the flock.
no because once you put them in the dark they have the behavior to sleep or to be quiet
Hens peck their babies to discipline them. The hens have a pecking order in the coop, where one hen might feel superior to the other hens. Hens are territorial birds.
The possessive form of the plural noun hens is hens'.
The possessive form for the plural noun hens is hens'.Example: The hens' coop needs repair.
well they have it before there weding, < like the night before> , because its there last night there ever gonna be free and not have to worry about likeing people !!
hens make eggs
The possessive form of the plural noun hens is hens'.Example: The hens' health is a key factor in egg production.
Eggs from battery hens, i.e. hens that are kept in cages (known as batteries) where several hens live together in one cage. These hens cannot roam freely as free-range hens can.
Robins, Araucana hens, Easter Egger Hens and Americana Hens.
more hens = more eggs + more chickens (possibly more hens) = £££££
Hens cluck, cackle and squawk.
No hens can talk.
"Hens" is plural. The singular of it is "hen."
no but some big hens
Hens like to eat grains.