seriously though..... aHem....... CH.... these were shipped eggs? or local eggs?
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INCUBATING w/FRIENDS! come HATCH, LEARN, & Chat! w/hosts, Sally Sunshine & BantyChooks - Page 721post #7202 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:29amQuote:Originally Posted by Cynthia12
I have 6 marans, 4 OE's, 3 blues, that are supposed to be F1 OE's, and 3 that are a day behind these others that were given to me by a friend that has a SG and Silkie together..paints. He has gotten paint SG's. That would be fun. See if I can find a photo of my lock down.
See that large green one at the middle left side? That was the one that I thought was no good, it's pipped a nice big ol pip.
Beautiful eggs!! I can't wait for my OEs to start laying!! I have 8 pips nowpost #7203 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:32amThread Starter
someone help me out here, if I missed something fill me in.....post #7204 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:34am
My black copper marans eggs are much more round than my other breeds. Some are so round it's hard to tell the top from the bottomQuote:
I missed it, too, and I refuse to read 40 pages to find out what happened. Where did the eggs come from?post #7205 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:38amThread StarterQuote:
the chicken that crossed the road and made it back home again?post #7206 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:39ampost #7207 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:40amThread Starter
ok and did you candle them yet? and when you do mark air cells with a pencilpost #7208 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:41amThread Starter
<exhales> thank you Godpost #7209 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:42amThread Starter
CH did you give the other eggs back to the broody? and did you mark them so you know which were the eggs she is supposed to be setting on in case another hen gives her some DEPOSITS???post #7210 of 15763112/3/15 at 8:42amQuote:
If they were shipped they were not shipped far . from the time CH posted he was getting them until he posed was a little over 24 hours . behind again .
Edited by BYC910 - 12/3/15 at 8:44ambe careful who you trust believe me just as sure as you do the ones you trust the most might. make a fool of you the road you travel on my be filled with ruts and holes careful where you place your feet you might fall and bust your nose .be careful who you trust believe me just as sure as you do the ones you trust the most might. make a fool of you the road you travel on my be filled with ruts and holes careful where you place your feet you might fall and bust your nose .
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