How old do my Rhode Island Reds have to be to lay eggs?
Rhode Island Reds Laying Age
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Any where from 18 weeks and up. By the time they are 30 weeks old, they should be laying on a regular basis and producing consistant size eggs.
Could be anytime.
My "complete encyclopedia of CHICKENS" says between 4 and 5 months. They lay on average 220 eggs per year.
My addictions are: 2 Black Copper Marans, 2 Buff Orpington, 1 Red star, 1 Aruacana, 1 Frizzle E.E, 4 Cuckoo Marans, 4 Austria White, 1 SL Wyandotte, 3 Guineas. 5 Khaki Campbell ducks.
My 5 were between 20 and 24 weeks .