Backyard Chicken Egg Production Chart

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

Weekly Monthly Annually
2  8  37  438
3  13 55 657
4 17 73 876
5 21 91 1095
6 25 110 1314
7 29 128 1533
8 34 146 1752
9 38 164 1971
10 42 183 2190

 70% Lay Rate

Hens

Weekly Monthly Annually
2  10  43 511
3  15 64 767
4 20 85 1022
5 25 106 1278
6 29 128 1533
7 34 149 1789
8 39 170 2044
9 44 192 2300
10 49 213 2555

80% Lay Rate 

Hens

Weekly Monthly Annually
2  11  49 584
3  17 73 876
4 22 97 1168
5 28 122 1460
6 34 146 1752
7 39 170 2044
8 45 195 2336
9 50 219 2628
10 56 243 2920

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