In poultry reproductive flocks, it is essential to achieve a large number of eggs with solid structure, optimal morphological composition, and interior quality. Also, these traits have a significant impact on the egg’s biological value determining the development stages of the embryo. However, the egg quality is determined based on many traits important for global egg production: and depends on many factors, including the diet, age of hens, and the feeding schedule. According to the latest experiments, the best performance by breeder hens is obtained by controlling their body weight by restricting their feed intake. A rationed feed is generally provided in a strict feeding schedule each morning and is expected to be consumed in about 4 hours. Since poultry eating habits and calcium consumption are related to their diurnal rhythm and time of ovulation to a lesser extent, it is crucial to follow a regular feeding schedule to maintain the high poultry health status and maximize egg quality[^1].