Contrary to popular belief, chickens can lay eggs year-round. Some people say the heat of the summer, the short days of winter, or old age will stop chickens from producing eggs.
Those things do have an effect, but even so, chickens will keep producing eggs all year and for years to come as long as you do two things: Keep them healthy and keep them happy. And one way to do that is to feed them the right foods.
So what exactly should you feed them? That question is answered in this video by Becky of Becky’s Homestead. She’s been raising chickens for years and has found the perfect combinate of foods to feed to her chickens.
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Here are her suggestions:
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- Laying mash
- Whole corn
Of course, there’s a little more to it than that, so be sure to watch the video to hear her advice on what times of the year to feed them these foods.