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When one dies, or they get put in separate pens.
. I don't have anything yet, I'm not sure what kind to get, need more info first.   If you plan to exrtact the honey, a Langstroth hive would be best. If you only want the bees for pollination, a top bar hive will work, but the honey comb must be cut off of the bars and can not be removed with an...
Merry Christmas everyone.
Is your hen broody or just roosting in the nest box? If she is broody she will stay in the nest box all day, not just at night.
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 Chick starter from Thrashers in Bessemer. It is about 13 or 14 dollars for 50 lb., but I don't think you will need 50 lb. for a while.
 Welcome to BYC, and please send pictures.
 You will need to keep the humidity high at this point or the chicks will dry out and stick to the shell. They dry out quickly once they pip. 85% to 90% is a good number to shoot for. You can do this by putting a large shallow pan of warm water ( 99 to 100 deg.) in the incubator. You can increase the evaporation by putting sponges in the water. You will also need to keep the incubator closed to retain the moisture. Be patient, it can take 24 hours or longer for the chicks...
Two free chickens in Bessemer.
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