Fewer eggs in the fall
Why do chickens lay fewer
eggs in the fall? As I mentioned in a previous post, one issue is
day length --- when there are fewer than 14 hours of light, chickens
lay less. A solution to this problem is to turn
on a light in the chicken coop, but my data shows that our
lighted coop only boosted egg production slightly.
Our chicken waterer makes sure that the flock has plenty of clean water to churn out those tasty eggs.
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