Our camp is 2 hours and 15 minutes from home, not serviced by a passable road (4WD only), with no utility service. It's a wonderful place to go to get away from everyone. While it's not an ideal place to LIVE, it is an awesome place to get away, to hunt, and to hang out and make as much noise as we **** well please.
Congrats, Turk, on all you've accomplished!
Incubator TV is the most boring channel ever today. I wonder if I miscounted, as there are only half a dozen pips across 3 hatchers on what I thought was day 21.
Ravyn, this may surprise you, but I now believe that hatching saddled eggs upright is a good idea. I have some of this batch of all shipped eggs upright, some on their side. I think it is easier for the chicks to rotate under the saddle dips when gravity pulls them to the point of the egg. The Spitzes were my experiment and they did incredibly well.
I've seen a lot of success hatching upright, no arguments there... I just don't like the use of egg cartons, blocks the view of too much of the egg if it pips low...
Glad those hatched well... can't wait to see the outcome of this one...
All's fair, ya know?