Why do we not eat turkey eggs?
The reason may be primarily about profitability. Turkey’s take up more space, and don’t lay eggs as often. They also have to be raised for quite a bit longer before they begin to lay. This means that housing and feed-related expenses would be considerably higher for turkey eggs compared to eggs from chickens.
Why are roosters illegal?
Many jurisdictions and homeowners’ associations prohibit roosters because of their crowing, despite defenders’ counter-argument that the sound is no more disruptive than a dog barking. Those restrictions, unhappy neighbors and complex flock dynamics can make an unintended rooster a tough problem to solve.
Can male chickens lay eggs?
Male chicks are killed for two reasons: they cannot lay eggs and they are not suitable for chicken-meat production. … Layer hens are bred to produce eggs whereas meat chickens are bred to grow large breast muscle and legs.