Does a Chicken Lay Eggs Year-Round?

Esperanza Pallana, who writes the urban farming blog Pluck and Feather, explains that chicks and pullets will take about nine months to get up to speed with the laying. And they have seasonal fluctuations, so expect fewer eggs in the winter.

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