egg production of the true RIR?

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Songster
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Mar 21, 2012
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I know that production reds lay pretty well... Do heritage RIR"s lay alot as well?
 

Fred's Hens

Crowing
Premium Feather Member
9 Years
Bob Blosi had just answered that question, in context of a discussion we were having on the Heritage Large Fowl thread. He states the RIR he bred, the Mohawks, were 180-190 eggs a year. That is much less the output of the modern production red or RSL, many of which will lay 280-290 their pullet season.
 

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