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Red Shavers are a sex linked dual-purpose chicken developed in Canada. They are used most frequently on small farms.  

Their pullets are reddish-brown with white under feathers, while males are white with a few red markings on their feathers. They are a quiet breed.  

Red Shaver hens lay from 305 to 315 large brown eggs a year. One four-year-old Red Shaver chicken in Ottawa was credited with laying an egg with a mass of 143 grams, which is almost three times the size of a standard medium egg (Typically a medium egg is 49 g, a jumbo egg is 70 g).  

They weight at 18 weeks about 3?1/2 lbs., and after one year of laying weight between 4?1/2 to 5 lbs. They dress out between 3 and 5 lbs.

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