|Size||1 x 1|
|Produced By||Chicken Coop|
|Specific Type of||Egg|
|Required By||Birthday Cake, Boiled Chicken Egg, Chick, Turquoise Pigment, (Egg: Batter, Easter Egg, Easter Egg (Blue), Easter Egg (Green), Easter Egg (Pink), Easter Egg (Red), Fry Egg, Omelette, Poached Wolverine, Purple Pigment, Unbaked Egg Cake, Unbaked Fishpie, Unbaked Magpie (Pie), Unbaked Meatpie, Unbaked Wellplaiced Pie)|
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How to Acquire
Chicken eggs are laid by hens in a chicken coop. It takes roughly 24 hours for a hen to lay an egg. There needs to be at least one empty space below the hen, otherwise the egg won't appear.
If there is a cock in the coop with the hen, the produced egg will be fertile and will hatch into a chick. Fertile eggs need to be brooded by a hen in order to hatch. To be brooded, the egg needs to be in a space anywhere below the hen. A fertilized egg can be moved, but if it's been without a brooding hen for too long, the hatching process will stop. This will "kill" the egg, effectively turning it into unfertilized.
New eggs that are layed will have a quality of the average qualities of the hen and the cock, ±5.
Because removing a fertilized egg doesn't immediately stop its hatching timer, chicks sometimes hatch inside a cauldron while boiling eggs.