Because like the human woman ovulates (eggs) a hen has eggs waiting to be fertilized.
The initial creation of the eggs happens before the rooster would fertilize them... and then they are completed whether they are fertilized or not. So, since the process has to begin before fertilization would take place, then the eggs are made either way:)
There are far fewer arguments and no divorces that way.
An egg is edible, regardless of whether it's fertilized or not. However, who feels like eating an egg that's been fertilized?
by ngureco 11 years ago
Will Controlling the Lights On and Off In A Day Make A Hen Lay More Eggs?Will providing an artificial night for six hours during the day and an artificial day for six hours during the night make a hen lay double the number of eggs per 24 hour period?
by Lois Kulis 10 years ago
If you have a Rooster and Hens and the hen lays eggs will I be able to take some to eat and some...to hatch?
by Dr Pradip Hira 8 years ago
If one hen gives 2 eggs in 2 days then 5 hens will give how many eggs in 6 days ?just try to count, if not enjoy others answer, if you don't know still try to give answer.
by Lois Kulis 10 years ago
Will a chicken with fertilized eggs continue to lay egg s?
by Patricia Scott 8 years ago
If you get to heaven and God asks, "Why should I let Y O U in?"What would your answer be?
by chrismaka22 11 years ago
how old do the koi need too be before they can breed
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