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chickens are not well educated enough to learn how to lay purple eggs. they need to have conceived the egg on the night of a lunar eclipse when a accomanying dog joins in the fun while playing a violin. but ssshhh do not tell the chickens this because the eggs are all mine and they are worth a lot of money.

Q: How many purple eggs do chickens lay at Easter?

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none, if u dont no this u dont need chickens

It takes 12 eggs to make a dozen. If 1.5 chickens produce 1.5 eggs, then 1 chicken produces 1 egg, and it takes 12 chickens to produce 1 dozen eggs.

Chickens lay on average 5 to 6 eggs a week, but less in the winter when the daylight is less.

Actually it takes 21 days. Each chicken takes 21 days to lay an egg, so it takes 21 chickens to get 21 eggs. It also takes 14 chickens to lay 14 eggs in 21 days. Reasoning (mistakenly) that if it takes 21 hens 21 days to lay 21 eggs then it must take 14 hens 14 days to lay 14 eggs, eventually leads to 1 hen laying 1 egg in 1 day. If that were the case, then it would only take that 1 hen to lay 21 eggs in 21 days--but we know it takes 21 hens to lay that amount in 21 days.

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Yes. The Easter break is longer in Norway than in many other countries, as it includes Maundy Thursday (the Thursday preceding Good Friday). It is a real celebration of the emerging Springtime, with chickens and eggs, rather than "Easter bunnies" symbolising the holiday. Chickens replace rabbits as a symbol of fertility, and eggs remain a symbol of new life, just as they are elsewhere. Yellow is the traditional Norwegian Easter colour. For details of the many unique Easter traditions in Norway, see the related link below.

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There are many symbols for Easter such as a lamb, eggs and the crown of thorns.

Easter is springtime and spring is the season for renewal of life. That little yellow fluffy chick has become the symbol of that new life for many people because the egg is also a sign of the circle of life renewed and the chick comes from the egg. This is a marketing tool for many advertisers. The cute little chick is very appealing and represents good things.

There is no official count as to how many chickens are in the UK. However, there are most likely millions of chickens for food and for the eggs.

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A half dozen, whether chickens or eggs, will always be 6.

The Easter Bunny ONLY does that... didn't you know that???

Chocolate chickens don't lay eggs.

Chicken eggs are. Many other creatures produce eggs.

In many ancient cultures, eggs were a common symbol new life and immortality. In medieval times, Christians adapted the egg to their own religious devotions by giving up the eating of eggs during Lent and resuming it after Easter. Eggs came to represent the Lord's resurrection -- just as Christ broke out of the tomb on Easter morning, the yolk of the egg breaks out of its shell when cracked. The decoration of eggs for Easter is part of the folk traditions of many cultures, although it has little or no religious significance any more.

That greatly depends on how many chickens you have. One chicken will lay one egg a day. so, if you have 10 chickens you will get 10 eggs daily.