Feed Preservation - Preserve & Protect

A chicken’s life cycle

Lisanne Epping
Lisanne Epping
Content manager
+31416317711
Feed & Food, Gut Health, Feed hygiene, Preservation
8 August 2018

Chickens are our most common birds. There are about seven chickens for every person living in the world! People have raised chickens for thousands of years for their meat and eggs.

Chickens are social animals that live in groups called flocks. Each flock is made up of roosters, hens, and chicks. Roosters are male chickens, while hens are female chickens. Chicks are their babies.

Each chicken starts its life by hatching from an egg. Chicks grow and change over time. The different stages of life that an animal passes through are called a “life cycle”. A chicken’s life cycle begins even before it hatches.

Let’s learn more about the life cycle of a chicken!

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Infographic - A chicken’s life cycle

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