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Old 03-04-2017, 12:33 AM
DagNation DagNation is offline
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Most breeds will give you in the range of 180 to 240 eggs a year if they are in natural lighting. In Spring and Summer they lay almost 1 a day, in Fall and Winter they slow down and many of them take a month or more break. With around 10 hens, we got a couple of eggs each day in the winter, and 8 to 10 eggs a day in the summer. As they get older the number of eggs tends to go down a bit, and the size tends to go up.