Chickens pee and they do it a lot. They also poop, but we’ll get to that later. This blog post will talk about the different ways chickens pee and how you can use this knowledge to better care for your feathered friends. The first thing you need to know is that not all of their urine comes out in one place like humans do; instead, most of their peeing happens when they preen themselves with their beaks (aka “bathroom time”). The second thing you should know is that some types of chicken feed contain high levels of calcium which can cause kidney stones in hens and make them very prone to urinary tract infections and other health problems. We’ll tell you more about this later, too. Peeing on its own isn’t the only way that chickens get rid of waste from their bodies – they also poop and have other ways to expel feces. This is important because if you don’t keep track of what your bird is doing with all three things (peeing, pooping, preening), it can be easy to make mistakes about how well-cared for your birds are or aren’t. It’s great when people know more about these details so they can tell good chicken care from bad! Chickens come in many different sizes and breeds; some types produce less urine than others while other types pee a lot. For example: A hen will typically lay an egg every 25 hours and, if she is allowed to sit on eggs for the full 21 days it takes them to hatch, will produce about 260 gallons of urine (not a typo!) in that time. That’s more than one gallon per day! You’ll also find out how you can use this information to make sure your chickens stay healthy and happy throughout their lives – not just when they’re being good layers or growing up quickly into plump broilers but all the time. If you want detailed information about chicken care as well some great tips from experienced chicken keepers then read on.. Do not write numbers or bullet points. This blog post will talk about the different ways chickens pee and how you can use this knowledge to better care for

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