• No, an egg is unfertilised, if it is pregnant, the egg will contain the baby chook. Egg farms have many chickens that lay eggs all week long, with no roosters around.
  • No ... The chook will lay when the rooster is away ...
  • No laying eggs is a natural function Chickens are kept on farms purely for the eggs . An egg has to be fertilised to have a chick inside
  • No - but the chickens must sometimes think the eggs are fertile and they go all broody and won't get off the nest for days!!!

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