If you have a Rooster and Hens and the hen lays eggs will I be able to take some to eat and some...
Only fertilized eggs have the potential to hatch. Chances are the hens would be laying a mixed of fertilized and unfertilized eggs.
If you have a vigorous cockerel of between one and three years of age with half a dozen hens, all their eggs are likely to be fertile.
Yes. Hatch some and eat some.
if you have a rooster with your hens you will get fertile eggs which can hatch and also be eaten.
Yes you can do just that. But then, you may end up having to eat some eggs that are fertilized. There's really nothing wrong with that though. On the other hand, you may also end up with some eggs that fail to hatch.
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