We don't, but my in-laws do. They love them and the eggs are awesome! In our community you are allowed to have 12 hens but you cannot have a rooster, so you need to buy the breed of chicken that can lay eggs without a rooster.
Our neighborhood is zoned agriculture so there are not only chickens but also a few goats and horses! We don't have any but our neighbor across the street does keep a large flock. We often exchange papayas and avocados from our yard for fresh eggs. Chicken manure is an excellent fertilizer!
i used to before my health got to bad. i loved the bantys most...and the turkeys. i learned to love turkeys like any dog or cat, they are so affectionate and curious about all you are doing. i loved to watch the chickens eating...that was a relaxing, comforting thing to do for me. and as for eggs...nothing beats turkey eggs...you dont even need to cook them in butter, they taste like they have butter in them already )
We don't have at home because of my dog... but my grandfather do have many..
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why Should A Hen Lay Eggs Without A Rooster?
by Cat R 5 years ago
How do you keep your chicken from eating their eggs?My spoiled rotten chicken were laying OK, but then I noticed that I didn't get any eggs for a few days. By now we know that they apparently like to eat them as much as we do!They are getting those crushed shells and stuff, so they should have...
by etb50 9 years ago
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? here is the answer that is on Yahoo.com, read what they think, and tell me what you think.http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 556AASTta0this is under religion because if you read the askers rating of the best answer, they quote a passage from...
by TheHoleStory 4 years ago
Is this a baby turkey or a chicken?We weren't sure!
by scoop 5 years ago
How often does a chicken lay eggs?
by Phil Plasma 7 years ago
Does your suburban town allow you to have backyard chickens?In my town there is a growing movement to compel city hall to strike the by-law that prohibits chickens in our yards. I am keen to get some as I know how much better the eggs are.
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