Which sp of cray are good for the main sp in AP? is this even a good idea? Yabbies or small lobster?I would like to focus on cray and clam/oysters. Anyone have advice or exp?But in Orlando fl it gets…Continue
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It will depend on the breed or chickens, their age and to some extent and time of year for them. With two chickens you with have some days where you might get two eggs some days only one egg and probably a fair number of days where you might get no eggs. I think our Rhode Island Reds are not laying as well as they used to as they are all getting on past two years old but in their prime I would guess that the good ones were managing to lay 5 eggs a week each. During their second season of laying, I was probably getting 4 eggs a week from the good ones and some of the poorer ones were probably not laying much at all. Now we have only six of them left and I get between 1 and 5 eggs a day. I think one of the 5 hens is not really laying anymore though.
How many eggs a day or per week do you want and how much space are you able to provide for them?
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