not one egg yet:(

lvchickens

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I HOPE SOMEONECAN HELP ME, MY RHODE ISLANDS R 22 Weeks Now. Not One Egg Yet! The Roos R Mounting The Hens Even, Is There Somethin I Can Do To Help ThEm Lay? ,They Get Layer EverydayAnd Laying Boxes. Help!! Ty:)
 

ChickensRDinos

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Aug 19, 2012
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They aren't late yet. 24 weeks is a good average but anywhere from 5-8 months is in the normal range. Layer is food for laying birds, it does not help birds lay. They all mature in their own time. Take a look at their comb and wattles. They will turn a nice bright red right before they lay. It should be soon but I would not worry yet.
 

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Yes, you still have to wait a bit. I know how hard it is...but it will be THE most Egg-citing day ever when you find that first egg!

So glad you could join and enjoy BYC!
 

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