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But I love you all :hugs   see now I feel better 

Dawwww........ come here you!   :hugs

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

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Empty shells -

a valuable source of information click HERE

 

Advice

  • Judge the accuracy of pulling time and hatching conditions by crumbling empty shells in your fist and by checking the amount of meconium on the egg shells.
  • Check the height and manner of pipping, to judge whether weight loss during incubation was sufficient.
  • Check the inside of the empty shells for signs of insufficient weight loss during the first half of incubation (blood vessels not reaching until sharp end of egg).
  • Observe the inside of the empty shells for signs of overheating (excessively large and clearly visible blood vessels).
  • Use information obtained from assessing the empty shells in conjunction with other observations, to avoid hasty or incorrect conclusions.

 

http://www.pasreform.com/academy/frequently-asked-questions/incubation/147-empty-shells-a-valuable-source-of-information.html

 

 

 

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LOOK  these are clean hatches .....  thats your goal....  lets do this people!!!  

 

 

 

thats yer pep talk for the day..... now gimmie back my drink


Edited by Sally Sunshine - 2/15/16 at 4:32am
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I was just referring to the simple yet detailed no nonsense directions on cooling the eggs....even a person like me w who's never hatched could understand....
post #14674 of 157631
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I was just referring to the simple yet detailed no nonsense directions on cooling the eggs....even a person like me w who's never hatched could understand....

Thats because I didnt write them :smack

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:gigIf Parmesan doesn't make pretty babies it just might. But I'll give him a chance before he becomes chicken parmesan! :lau

Go Parmesan... git 'er done! Make beautiful babies!!! Your life depends on it!!!!!!!!!!!   :cd

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

Jack of all trades... master of none. I know a little about everything... and a lot about nothing. I is what I are...

 

3 Production Reds - 1 Red Sexlink - 1 Brown Leghorn - 7 Barred Plymouth Rocks - 12 Standard Single Comb Rhode Island Reds - and - 1 Standard Rose Comb Rhode Island Red

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LOOK  that is a clean hatch.....  thats your goal....  lets do this people!!!  

 

 

 

thats yer pep talk for the day..... now gimmie back my drink

I love beautiful hatches like that! :lol:

Pretty sure my parents are creating a chickaholic 12 step program for me behind my back.

Caretaker of 40+ spoiled feathered babies, 3 dogs, 3 cats, 4 goats, 1 ram, 2 desert tortoises, and 2 sulcata tortoises. 

Pretty sure my parents are creating a chickaholic 12 step program for me behind my back.

Caretaker of 40+ spoiled feathered babies, 3 dogs, 3 cats, 4 goats, 1 ram, 2 desert tortoises, and 2 sulcata tortoises. 

post #14677 of 157631
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enough of this bllue chicken azz crap

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Thats because I didnt write them smack.gif
you could have let me live with the illusion....hu.gif
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Hehehe, I feel like a mad scientist when I think about what breeds I'm going to cross breed! And everyone is welcome to come a long!:yiipchick

Frankenchicken!!  :lau

 

Look out, y'all

3 Little Red Hens (RSL),1 big BCM rooster , & a raft of their youngin's

Not but 3 kinds of snakes I'm afraid of; big ones, little ones, and live ones

Have Crappie rod, will travel

Call me Ken,Whites, Whitey, or Red Dog; just don't call me late for supper

3 Little Red Hens (RSL),1 big BCM rooster , & a raft of their youngin's

Not but 3 kinds of snakes I'm afraid of; big ones, little ones, and live ones

Have Crappie rod, will travel

Call me Ken,Whites, Whitey, or Red Dog; just don't call me late for supper

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you could have let me live with the illusion....hu.gif

:barnie  you have enough already!!!! 

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