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Without rooster, hens start laying at 20 weeks & continue 'til death

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To The Daily Sun,
Dear Councilor Armand Bolduc:
FYI, female chickens do not need a rooster to lay eggs. She only needs a rooster to fertilize the egg. Hens start laying eggs at about 20 weeks old and continue until death.
Sam Ayotte