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Yes, they did. I don't remember how many now though.

My mini zoo: 2 Beagles, 3 Pygmy goats, 3 horses, 1 Burmese Mountain tortoise, 1 Sulcata tortoise, 2 mini pigs, 2 Sexlink hens, 2 Black Sexlink hens, 1 American Game Bantam pair, 2 Buff Orpington hens, 7 Silkies, 1 Light Brahma pair, Porcelain D'Uccle hen, 7 Bantam Cochins, 1 Crested duck pair, 1 Muscovy pair, 1 Call duck pair. 

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My mini zoo: 2 Beagles, 3 Pygmy goats, 3 horses, 1 Burmese Mountain tortoise, 1 Sulcata tortoise, 2 mini pigs, 2 Sexlink hens, 2 Black Sexlink hens, 1 American Game Bantam pair, 2 Buff Orpington hens, 7 Silkies, 1 Light Brahma pair, Porcelain D'Uccle hen, 7 Bantam Cochins, 1 Crested duck pair, 1 Muscovy pair, 1 Call duck pair. 

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Originally Posted by HeatherMarieR View Post

Yes, they did. I don't remember how many now though.
thanks. Gives me a little hope lol
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Hello I have a duck egg on day 19 and it has a saddled air sac it's the only egg I have in so I'm looking for ways to try not to loose the duckling. I've hatched ducklings before but aren't that experienced as I've only hatched 5 in different broods as I like to keep them all as pets. Can anyone help me I've read the post about keeping the air cell upright incase of fluid but what do you use as they move all over during hatching
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