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In short; yes. It depends on the breed (not all lay up to 1 egg/day), the age of the bird and on nutrition. High yielding breeds of chicken are e.g. dependent on supplements of calcium to be able to produce new shells rapidly (e.g. in the form of ground-up shells). Some information on the nutrient requirements of chicken can be found at Feeding the Laying ...


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This is at least doing some confusion, probably also harm. A lot of wildlife conservatoinists warn about using smartphone apps which replay bird songs as they are confusing the animals, an example is the Dorset Wildlifetrust. This phenomenon has even be analyzed scientifically, and the results show that birds are irritated. Territorial birds seem to be ...



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