Not necessarily. I'd still give it a shot... if I was looking to expand my flock, and if I had room and the equipment to brood chicks in the winter, and if I was willing to accept the risk of winter hatching/brooding... we often loose power here for days at a time in the winter. (IMO, not having any studies to back it up, of course...) eggs getting chilled early on, may go on to develop and hatch ok. Then again... at risk of being stoned by this group of addicts... it would be just as easy to pitch those eggs and wait till spring, then start a batch!!
He is setting eggs for the NYD HAL he cant stagger he cannot stagger
Edited by Sally Sunshine - 11/29/15 at 1:24pm