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Originally Posted by Cynthia12 View Post

Oh!  You are going to get some frizzles!  Or do you call them Sizzles?   I think it's the same thing..lol..they are frizzly and Sizzly!   I just hatched some too.  I think I showed some of my silkies.   I love your birds!  Darling!  I'm in love with your last one, the dark blue! 
Sharing my black frizzle I hatched for the Halloween h a l..and the blue that I just hatched a little later because the ones that hatched before were so darn cute.

    




I have to go find my blue one..can't find it.

Do you ever sell eggs?

Thank you! The frizzled and smooth normal feathered birds are Sizzles. I have a few Frilkies (frizzled Silkies too). I just love them love.gif

I do sell eggs occasionally, but probably not again until Spring. I sold off all my other breeds so I can concentrate more on my Silkies and Sizzles, so I need to do a serious restock in my breeding pens.
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post #2062 of 6885
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Originally Posted by howfunkyisurchicken View Post


Thank you! The frizzled and smooth normal feathered birds are Sizzles. I have a few Frilkies (frizzled Silkies too). I just love them love.gif

I do sell eggs occasionally, but probably not again until Spring. I sold off all my other breeds so I can concentrate more on my Silkies and Sizzles, so I need to do a serious restock in my breeding pens.


Will you put me on a list to ask me if I am interested in eggs this spring when you start selling again?   Love your birds!

 

Here is my little blue frizzle.  A friend gave me eggs.  She has a blue, and a couple of black silkie hens from me, and she has the blue Frizzle dad.

 

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post #2063 of 6885
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Will you put me on a list to ask me if I am interested in eggs this spring when you start selling again?   Love your birds!

Here is my little blue frizzle.  A friend gave me eggs.  She has a blue, and a couple of black silkie hens from me, and she has the blue Frizzle dad.
 
Absolutely!
And your little blue frizzle is ADORABLE! I love that awkward, half feathered stage tongue.png
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post #2064 of 6885
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Originally Posted by Jessimom View Post

I am sorry for asking silly questions...

I started 14 eggs the week before the HAL started.  I set another 7 for the HAL.  I have one incubator. When my first 14 go into lock down and I have to bump the humidity up to 75%, what do I do with the HAL eggs?

 Obviously I need a second incubator, right?  

For everyone here that have been adding eggs day after day (like I want to do), how do you handle the day after day adds?  Won't they all need lock down 24 hours apart from each other?  If it's lock down and I can't open the "bator, how do I get the new eggs in?

Thanks!!!!


Here are the silkie babies I got last May, the 5 I still have are responsible for all the eggs I have in my 'bator









I have an auto turner, but two of the rails are removed. So I just take the ones needing to go into lockdown off the auto turner. I up the humidity to about 60%.

Or at least I plan on that... But maybe I'll add a hatcher to my Christmas list smile.png

Every day is a gift... enjoy it...

 
White & Buff Ameraucanas, & also Bantam Lavender/Self Blue Ameraucanas
 

2 kids, 1 cat, and lots of chickens (mostly Ameraucanas)

 

 

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post #2065 of 6885

PICTURES!!! :yesss: :jumpy:love:love

 

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Originally Posted by Jessimom View Post
 

I am sorry for asking silly questions...

 

I started 14 eggs the week before the HAL started.  I set another 7 for the HAL.  I have one incubator. When my first 14 go into lock down and I have to bump the humidity up to 75%, what do I do with the HAL eggs?

 

 Obviously I need a second incubator, right?  

 

For everyone here that have been adding eggs day after day (like I want to do), how do you handle the day after day adds?  Won't they all need lock down 24 hours apart from each other?  If it's lock down and I can't open the "bator, how do I get the new eggs in?

 

Thanks!!!!

 

 

Here are the silkie babies I got last May, the 5 I still have are responsible for all the eggs I have in my 'bator

 

 

post #2066 of 6885
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Originally Posted by howfunkyisurchicken View Post


And also, I lied. There are now 17 eggs in the incubator. I swear I won't add anymore (after today hide.gif ).
That's ok I told Ron I set 29 eggs. I know I went to incubator with 18 shipped and 11 of mine. After posting picture of my eggs I realized there are 30
I DIDNT do it least I'm pretty sure I didn't. They say memory is the first to go...🤔
post #2067 of 6885
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Originally Posted by howfunkyisurchicken View Post
 

Allllrrrriiiggghhhttt, you asked for it :D

Not the best pic, but here are the eggies cooking:


Some of their parents:

 


post #2068 of 6885
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Originally Posted by Pensmaster View Post


That's ok I told Ron I set 29 eggs. I know I went to incubator with 18 shipped and 11 of mine. After posting picture of my eggs I realized there are 30
I DIDNT do it least I'm pretty sure I didn't. They say memory is the first to go...🤔

  Uhh huuh!   :P

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post #2069 of 6885

  Dollys!   :love

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post #2070 of 6885
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  Uhh huuh!   tongue.png
I even had to go back and recount them before posting!!! Daw gone chicken math gets me every time.
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