Fueled by Eggs

Be fuelled by eggs!

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From the start of humans history birds and humans were together. Even ancient records found in Egypt and China show that ancient people used fowls who were laying eggs for man in 15th century BCE. And first mentions about domestic hens in Europe dates back to 600 B.C. Nowadays we cannot imagine our life without chicken eggs. The scales of egg producing increased dramatically too. In the previous centuries it was impossible to imagine flocks of 100,000 laying hens and even some more than 1 million! In the U.S. each hen usually produces produces from 250 to 300 eggs a year. In total, the U.S. produces about 75 billion eggs a year which is about 10% of the world supply.