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We found 13 results for category 'Not laying'
My hens are eating their eggs. What can I do to stop them?
First things first: collect your eggs regularly. The faster you are, the fewer opportunities your "girls" will have to be naughty and eat those eggs!...
Do I need to give my hens oyster shell or supplemental calcium?
If your hens have a good, "complete" layer feed, they may not ever need
At what age do hens start laying eggs?
On average, pullets, or juvenile hens, start laying eggs at about 6 months of age, depending on the breed. Larger, heavier birds like Wyandottes,...
My chickens are 7 months old and I still haven't seen an egg. Why?
First, you should make sure they are on a good chicken feed. Once they have begun laying, switch to layer pellet or crumble; until then, feed them...
How long do hens lay eggs ?
Chickens usually don't simply "stop" laying eggs when they get to a certain age, but they will lay fewer as they get older. That said, most laying...
What are the signs of mites or lice and how do I treat my birds if they have an infestation?
Mites and lice are a common problem for chickens and can be carried in by wild birds, so if you have an infestation, it doesn't necessarily mean your...
What does the word " broody " mean?
When a hen is broody, that means she wants to hatch her eggs. A breed known as broody has hens that often, individually go broody, and they may not...
Are there signs that a hen may be laying?
If you are looking for visual signs that your young pullet is getting ready to come into lay, those might include the fact that her comb will get...
Do my chickens need to be wormed, and if so, what schedule should I use?
If your chickens have worms, you will want to treat them. Some signs you can look for at home are pale combs, a drop in laying and watery poo....
What is molting?
Molting occurs once a year in mature birds, normally in late summer or autumn. The birds will lose their feathers and regrow new ones--a way of...
One of our chickens is not laying in the nest box. Is this common and what should I do?
Don't worry. It is relatively common, and nothing to be too concerned about. It's more of an annoyance than anything. After all, you don't want to...
My orpingtons are about three months old now, but they don't seem interested in their nest boxes at all. Is that normal, or will they start using their nests once they begin laying eggs?
Your chickens will probably not be interested in the nesting boxes until it is time to lay--and even then, it may take them a while before they...
Why do my hens stop or almost stop laying in the late fall and winter months?
A chicken's reproductive cycle begins in her eye. Or according to the
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