Backyard Chicken Egg Production Chart

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How many eggs can I expect to get from my backyard chickens? You’ll probably be surprised how it adds up. Depending on the breed, age, time of year and nutrition afforded to your backyard flock your egg production will vary.  It is common for ordinary laying hens who are between 6 months and 3 years old to reliably lay an egg 60% of days averaged over the year.  It is possible for your lay rate to be more like 80%.

The Egg Production Chart table below shows egg production for 2-10 hens weekly, monthly and annually for 60%, 70% and 80% efficiency, averaged and rounded to the nearest 1/2 egg 🙂


60% Lay Rate 

Hens

WeeklyMonthlyAnnually
2 8 37 438
3 1355657
41773876
521911095
6251101314
7291281533
8341461752
9381641971
10421832190

 70% Lay Rate

Hens

WeeklyMonthlyAnnually
2 10 43511
3 1564767
420851022
5251061278
6291281533
7341491789
8391702044
9441922300
10492132555

80% Lay Rate 

Hens

WeeklyMonthlyAnnually
2 11 49584
3 1773876
422971168
5281221460
6341461752
7391702044
8451952336
9502192628
10562432920
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