|My mom (right) and my cousin (left)|
After that we got tons of questions from the crowd. But the question that was asked most often was "Do you need a rooster to lay eggs?" You actually do not. Hens lay eggs regularly so there is no baby chick inside just yoke. But if a rooster where involved then there would be a baby chick. Questions like that are often asked but during the process of an answer a lady in the audience said that in an article it said that certain breeds of chicken need a rooster to lay eggs and that "fact" has not been proven wrong or right so it it still a mystery.
Now chicken keeping isn't for everyone. Some people like cats, dogs and guinea pigs which is fine but chickens are always fun. My mom and I have 4 white chair set up in front of our chicken coop so we can watch "chick television" it become more interesting scents the baby chicks have moved outside. My mom, dad and I have been checking on the chicks, hens and rabbit daily. I think raising all these animals are the beginning of a new chapter in my life that I hope never ends.
I think the presentation was helpful to our audience as well as for me because my mom did a lot of research on chicken keeping to put in the presentation as well as common knowledge. But I learned a lot of things I didn't know which was cool. Learning something new is like a burst of information in your mind finding room to stick.