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Choosing a Chicken Breed

Choosing a Chicken Breed Chickens come in all shapes, color, sizes … and purposes. Did you know that selecting the type of chicken breed to raise in your backyard depends on what More »

Dual Purpose Chickens

Dual Purpose Chickens Dual Purpose Chickens are the best egg laying hens combined with the best meat chickens. The truth of the matter is that there are plenty of chicken breeds that are good More »

Raising Chicks

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If I have an Old Egg in the Fridge, Do I Need To Worry About it Having a Growing Chicken?

No. If your egg is fertilized (just having an egg does not mean it has been fertilized), it must be incubated at around 93 degrees for a 21 day period to grow a chic. Refrigeration stops incubation from occurring, therefore a chic will never develop in your refrigerator.

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