My Black Australorps Haven't Layed Yet

cacooley

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They were born in early June. Shouldn't I have eggs by now?
 

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They were born in early June. Shouldn't I have eggs by now?
BAs usually take 24 or so weeks to start laying eggs. Usually if they have not started by the time light gets to to low a number of hours, they will wait until after the first of the year to start laying eggs.

You may get some eggs before then, but expect them to start laying a lot of eggs after February.
 

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