Hens lay between 250-300 eggs per year.
Hens lay between 250-300 eggs per year. Although it may look that way at first, no two eggs are the same. They are of varying size and never have the same colour. They can be white, light or even dark brown. Even the small spots and speckles are always a little different.
Chickens use their feet to scrape the floor in the search for grains, worms and insects.
- Scientific name: Gallus gallus domesticus
- Global home: Worldwide
- Conservation status: Domesticated
- Primary habitat: Grassland, Meadows, Forest