Hens start laying at about 19 weeks of age
Younger hens whose egg production cycles are not yet completely synchronized are more likely to produce double-yolk eggs
The Average Hen in Jamaica lays about 280 to 300 eggs per year or 1 egg every 1.3 to 1.2 days.
No hormones but plenty of grains, vitamin, minerals and water are fed
The most common laying hen in Jamaica is the ISA Brown which lays brown eggs
As the hen ages the size of her eggs increases
Hen are usually in production for 14 months.

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