Originally Posted by Marty1876
LOL, I have so many eggs set, and so little room left, that I'm saving goose eggs for two very promising looking hens. Besides, that'll spare me the brooding!
Originally Posted by Nebraskagirl
Hello everyone! I am so happy to join this thread! We have two Welsh Harlequin eggs in a 'bator with five days left until hatch day. Two days ago we peeked in on them...
Originally Posted by ChristineR
Awesome incubator psue.
Those emu babies sure are cool looking.
Utah, I'm really curious to see what I get next Ancona hatch, too. I'm trying to figure out...
Originally Posted by qwackers
I've been trying to read through this thread from the start, up to pg 150, hoping to read it all before my hatch day and say hey but just have an emergency. HELP! The light on my...
Originally Posted by iluvsedward
Am I the only one who loves the way ducks smell?? lol
I love it too, but only when they're clean. I've got to tolerate another week brooding meat chickens and that ruins...
Originally Posted by bellah1
what kind of ducks are they? sooooo cute!
"Assorted." Meaning rouen, either ancona or magpie (not sure which), looks like a couple appleyards, some runners, but not the best...
Originally Posted by psue
I have geese due every week from here out,, with scattered chicken and duck hatches :)
Sweetness. I've got staggered hatches for the next month. Duck, goose and chicken.