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Is the absence of feathers on the heads and backs of hens during the summer and early fall most commonly associated with good or poor layers?

NoraWI says 2017-05-18 07:33:57 (CST)

It's associated with a rooster mounting them. I suppose a rooster would mount more frequently a hen that was ovulating more often. So... I guess it would be a sign of a good layer but one who has a painful head and back :).

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JerryHicks says 2017-05-22 05:13:05 (CST)

Good layers.

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