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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Foster Reds, Nov 3, 2011.
Just wondering @ what age do Rhode Island Reds start laying eggs??
Any time from around 20 weeks on, give or take a week or two.
Perhaps even longer. Mine are well bred, more on the heritage side. Deep red, brick bodied. Closer to the Standard of Perfection than many so-called RIR. They took their fine sweet time. A full 25 weeks. I took that as a good thing.
I'd say maybe 4-5 months.
We thought we had them at first coz the guys at the store weren't clear about breed.