12 white leghorns from TS..all hens?

Chicken Boy-17

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May 23, 2011
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Pullets are not relly good for reproducing, they are better at laying barren (no chicks inside) eggs at high productions. I got this out of the book "Storey's guide to raising chickens"
 

akcountrygrrl

Songster
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Apr 3, 2010
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Nenana, AK
Quote:Pullet is a termed used to describe a female chicken under 1 year of age. Normally, you would want your pullets to settle into their laying pattern before you start pulling eggs to incubate. And, a pullet isn't normally going to hit their peak production prior to a year old anyways.
 

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