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How broody are OEGB's?

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I have 3 OEGB hens, 2 of them are adults and I have given up on them going broody, but I have another one, a pullet named Jace.

Is there a high or low chance she would go broody? I have a chance to get a very healthy OEGB roo for free, and I would like to have a daughter of Jace, I was hoping as I don't have an incubator that one of my hens would go broody.

So what is the chance of that? have you ever had a broody OEGB? how common is that? thanks!

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OEGB? I can't seem to keep up with abbreviations.  At any rate if you look at the top of this page there is a box marked, "BREEDS".  Most likely you will find the information you're looking for there.

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 sorry, Old English Game Bantam. thanks, I'll try that!

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They do go broody.
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What is OEGB?

Mike Podlesny is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person as well as the creator of the Seeds of the Month Club where members receive non gmo, heirloom variety seeds every month. You can listen to Mike each week on the Vegetable Gardening Podcast where he interviews gardening industry experts. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
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Mike Podlesny is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person as well as the creator of the Seeds of the Month Club where members receive non gmo, heirloom variety seeds every month. You can listen to Mike each week on the Vegetable Gardening Podcast where he interviews gardening industry experts. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
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What is OEGB?

Old English Game Bantam

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They do go broody.

yay!! Iooked at the old english game's thing in breeds but only a few mentioned broody, so I got worried that they were not a super common breed to go broody.

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