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This article has been mentioned by a media organization:. This article has been mentioned by multiple media organizations:. This includes the role of roosters in fertilisation, the differences between fertilised and unfertilised eggs and more details on eggs in general. Given that the hen seems to lay the eggs whether they are fertilised or not, I think it would be helpful for someone to explain how roosters fertilise the eggs. Also what causes hens to begin laying eggs in the first place?
Is it just a matter of reaching a certain developmental stage or are roosters involved? There could be a lot of information added to explain this aspect of chicken reproduction and egg laying. Chicken egg incubation can successfully occur artificially as well. Nearly all fertilized chicken eggs will hatch after 21 days of good conditions - Eggs must be turned regularly usually three to eight times each week during the first part of the incubation.
If the eggs aren't turned, the embryo inside will stick to the shell and may hatch with physical defects. Some incubators turn the eggs automatically.
This turning mimics the natural process. An incubating hen will stand up several times a day and shift the eggs around with her beak. However, if the egg is turned during the last week of incubation the chick may have difficulty settling in the correct hatching position.
Where did you get this? The humidity level an ventilation level has to be adjusted to account for outside temp an humidity. You also have to turn at least 3 times a day not a week you can turn more but it should always be in odd numbers. You then stop turning on day 18, 3 days before hatching, not a week.
Marlon Weldon Confederate Money Farm cmfarm. This is the most linked page I know of on using low humidity day http: I have tried here http: Its about losing the right amount of water from the eggs not about trying to run a set Humidity level.
Please,how many eggs can a hen lay in a day. I believe new technology must on grounds for more egg laying ability of hens,Please let me know the latest technology concerning hens laying abilty.
This is a potential problem for this article: I think instead we should include this in the chickens article. Indeed, that link and the dinosaur comic from which it originated are the only reason I came to this article and I'm guessing that's where quite a few of this article's hits came from. It deserves a mention in the article, even though the comic is five years old and I doubt vandalism is a concern any longer.
Hey everybody I totally agree you should unprotect this article I'm sure nothing bad will happen. We have 3 hens and one rooster and the rooster is pecking at one of the females. I looked quickly and I did not see Bumble foot officially a form of Staph, I think but it even says on its own wiki-page that it is really common in poultry.
Again, my computer won't let me actually edit the real article, but I have a suggestion. Chickens communicate both vocally and behaviorally.
Squawking, clucking and a whole range of vocal communication comes from a flock. Chickens also posture and behave in ways that have meaning to others of their species. Roosters do a dance just before mating and hens indicate they are ready to mate with various movements recognized by the male. A young rooster will charge at an older bird but stop short of an attack with no response from the adult but based on behavior that same adult will counter the attack just by knowing when the young one is serious or not.
I'm not too handy with uploading images to wikipedia, so could someone please crop the image, so that in the thumbnail-sized image in the article, the bird is more easily seen?
Research shows that chickens are the closest living relative to Tyrannaosaurus Rex. Similarities in collagen fibers and proteins were found in a T. Steven Walling Darn, I don't have enough edits. It's probably a lie. What does it even have in common with the chicken. Chickens can't run nearly that fast. Who ever heard of a chicken who could. Also, it was even more intelligent than the chicken. The section with the heading Breeding, subheading Current, includes the words "blood supply" where I assume it should be "air supply" or "air sac.
The chick begins by "pipping"; pecking a breathing hole with its egg tooth towards the blunt end of the egg, usually on the upper side. It will then rest for some hours, absorbing the remaining egg yolk and withdrawing the blood supply from the membrane beneath the shell used earlier for breathing through the shell.
No, it's withdrawing its blood supply. The section under 'Terminology' is incorrect, male chickens over 12 months of age are in fact called Cock Birds in Australia, not 'Roosters'. Roosters is a generic term that refers to all male Chickens. The chicken article will not allow me to edit it though. Please could you explain what message you are trying to convey to the readership by your addition to this article.
I'm afraid it is lost on me at the moment. The citation and original research belong to the 28 days in the sentence. I postulated this presumably relates to standard practice because otherwise the sentence indicates that it ONLY occurs under experimental conditions, and I do not not whether this is the case or not.
How many pictures of chickens do we really need in this article? For instance, the images of chicks and two images subtitled junglefowl I would probably get rid of the first. I'm not sure what we gain by the image of the battery hen either. I totally agree that the image of the alleged "battery hen" is not appropriate and have tried to change this.
There is no evidence that this is actually a hen released from a cage. Are we supposed to take someone's word for it? Anyone can take a photo of a molting chicken and claim it is from a cage, insuating like DrCrissy said, that is damaged from living in these cages. Furthermore, as a chicken owner now for 40 years, I can attest to the fact that this hen is molting and is the way a hen or chicken looks when it goes through molt.
Pale comb and wattles and ratty looking plumage are all a part of molting. Chickens don't lay eggs during the molt and the comb and wattles will turn pale and small. My chickens are done molting now, but I had several that looked this way. Someone can come in and take a picture of my birds and claim that they were from "battery cages" when this of course, would not be true.
I am not sure what the agenda of the person that put this photo up or the description but this is not the place for that kind of false information. This article heading states "This article is about the animal. For chicken as human food, see Chicken food ", however, Section 7 is all about chickens as food!
I propose this section and the pictures please see previous Talk subject be deleted. The second sentence of this article currently reads: Doing a quick search of likely contenders, there are 1.
Chickens are the clear winner. Also, with sure a high population, I can't help but suspect - are the most common vertebrate on the planet?
The domestic chicken is the most common vertebrate on the planet. It is not even outnumbered by any rodent, fish, amphibian or reptile. But it's not the most common animal. It is immensely outnumbered by invertebrates, especially Antarctic Krill. How about a section on the intelligence of chickens? Nowadays in Education they talk about 'multiple intelligence' in humans, which means that even if you are a ballerina who is weak in math, you are still considered intelligent. Same with animals, they are intelligent, even if they can't read books.
It is important to discuss this, because people will be less inclined to hurt and eat an animal they view as intelligent. Nowadays they view chickens just as a piece of meat. And intelligence does depend on the questions we ask. I think that humans usually measure intelligence based on academic skills and IQ.
Lets for a moment compare an educated person to a fish. This person just went on vacation to Thailand. The year is He looks at the horizon in wonder, meanwhile all the fish take off, because they know that a tsunami is coming to this location. This person just stands there until he is swept by the tsunami, causing his legs to shatter So, who is more intelligent — the human or the fish? And what does all this mean in regards to who gets to live on this earth and who dies?
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