Just make it a spot to lay the eggs in and leave the rest up to the chicken
yes there is no problem in eating chicken eggs but it shouldnt have blood/blood spot in it else its not permissible to eat it
put salt on their vents that will make them run too their laying spot, then take the eggs from there and put some of them where the chicken should lay you may have to let some rot or get fake Easter eggs for a while until the chickens start laying their and keep using that spot but be careful if you let the chicken set too long they think the eggs are fertile and will stop laying
All birds and reptiles lay eggs. If the eggs are from a chicken, then they are chicken eggs. If they are from another kind of bird or from a reptile, they are not chicken eggs.
Chicken eggs come from chicken when the Chicken makes poo the eggs come out and it will be dark black
The Australorp and Rhode Island Red chickens both lay plenty of eggs. By interbreeding the two chickens, it is very probable that you will get a chicken that lays large, frequent eggs.
It depends on the breed of chicken. White Leghorn chickens have white eggs, Rhode Island Red have brown, and Americanas can have green, pink, or yellow eggs. :)
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Leg color and egg color are only linked indirectly (by breed) and thus leg color cannot reliably be used as an egg color indicator. E.g. a Rhode Island Red hen (red/brown hen with yellow legs) will lay large brown eggs, but a Red Leghorn hen (also red/brown hen with yellow legs) will lay white eggs. In general, a better indicator of a chicken's egg color is her earlobes. (A chicken 'earlobe' is a round spot of skin just underneath the ear socket. It can be flabby or taut.) A chicken with red earlobes will typically lay brown (darker) eggs, where a chicken with white earlobes will lay white (lighter) eggs. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule. For help identifying a chicken's earlobe, see Related Links, below.
Chicken eggs come from chickens.
A quick way to tell what color the eggs of a chicken will be it to look at the color of the earlobes. Generally white lobed hen will lay white eggs, while a red lobed hen will lay brown eggs.
If you do not eat eggs then a good substitue for the protein is fish, chicken and red meat. A balanced diet does not require eggs.
When the chicken lay the eggs in a soft resting place. The chicken will lay the eggs and the farmer get it from a hen's house
If you are not allergic to eggs, you can eat them even if you are allergic to chicken.
There are no "monster eggs". Only Chicken Eggs, and you have to tame a chicken to get them
earlobe color determines the color of eggs if they are red then the eggs will be brown
yes chickens can lay blue, green, red even purple eggs
it doesnt matter what color they are it the type of hen they are because there are not red chickens but there are red eggs from Rhode island reds or maybe because is brown
The Rhode Island Red is a type of chicken. They are important because they are bred for both their eggs and meat.
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No. Hens lay eggs and then sit on them to incubate them, the chickens hatch out of the eggs.
Yes a chicken does lay eggs your kinda dumb
a chicken doesn't lay eggs everyday
No. A chicken is a bird. No marsupial lays eggs.