|Size||1 x 1|
|Produced By||Chicken Coop|
|Required By||Batter, Birthday Cake, Boiled Egg, Chick, Fried Egg, Pancake, 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 square directly 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 brood, the egg needs to be in a square space directly below the hen.
There is a percentage meter for the egg counts down from 100%, this indicates when a chick is going to hatch. It takes 1 day (real time) for a chick to hatch from an egg. (extrapolated from my observations, will be updated.)
New eggs that are layed will have a quality of the average of the quality of the hen and the cock, ±5.