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Are laying hens or non-laying hens most likely to go to roost first at night?

NoraWI says 2016-06-06 07:04:07 (CST)



Interesting question! I noticed that the older hens roost earlier than the younger ones. So... it must be the non-laying hens that go to roost first.


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JerryHicks says 2016-06-07 05:08:29 (CST)



Non-laying hens go to roost first.


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Ralph in N.E.Oh says 2016-06-07 13:28:42 (CST)



Works for me Jerry, I can tell you this old rooster turns in pretty early anymore!


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JerryHicks says 2016-06-07 16:56:36 (CST)



We don't watch television but we do watch movies with a dvd player. It seems like it takes us a week or so to watch a movie anymore as I can't stay awake that long. I used to laugh at my Dad and Grandpa for nodding off every time they sat down, but now I understand it a little better.


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