Though many ranchers simply let their chickens roam the ranch, a coop is the tool of a serious poultry producer. Coops keep hens and roostros close, allowing for maximum egg-laying potential. Just remember to avoid crowding the coop: chickens won't reproduce when in close proximity to more than a dozen other hens or roostros. But give them room and watch the love bloom.
Keeping chickens in their place prevents the uprising.
Great for keeping chickens in and hungry slimes out.
Spring grass attracts scuttle bugs that chickens just love to eat. With their bellies full, hens will produce eggs twice as fast.
The very latest in advanced poultry tech, the vitamizer bathes the chickens in 'vita-rays,' allowing them to grow into healthy hens and roostros twice as fast.
A special upgrade designed by Mochi Miles that doubles the number of chickens you can keep and moves elders out.
The reference to "uprising" is likely a pun on the word "coup" which means uprising or revolt.
A coop is not necessary to breed chickens; they can breed in the wild and free-range on The Ranch as long as a Roostro and any Hen Hen are in range. However, a fully upgraded coop speeds up the process.
The TV in the Deluxe Upgrade sometimes shows something that resembles Jeopardy.
The egg that covers Chickadoos are a temporary cover similar to the gel sac on Plorts when first produced. As such, it is still considered a chickadoo and is considered one when vacced.