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There is no egg without a chicken…

A chicken will naturally lay an egg, even if it’s not fertilised. The number of eggs she lays and their weight are factors that you can influence through your choice of strain and management. Production of 320 eggs per year is a normal target to achieve. Targeted breeding of chickens for egg production began in the seventeenth century, and the process accelerated remarkably
just after the Second World War.

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