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Thanks to the great ladies who have helped me replace the batch of eggs I ruined this morning. Easter hatch along take 2. Set 42 more eggs. English Orphingtons ( black mottled, blue, black and splash), EEs, Olive Eggers, Splash Marans, Langershan, and barn yard mix.

Hens! You'd better shape up or you will find yourself in the stew pot.

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Hens! You'd better shape up or you will find yourself in the stew pot.

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Originally Posted by TJordan View Post


Not yet. Still have tomorrow for chicken eggs and another few days before a different fowl. Then they have to count.

That is true!

 

Someone will have to contact those that did not post a set number too. That can take time too since many drop out or do not post the numbers.

 

Please post your set numbers

 

post #7203 of 11176
flocktastic
MY Birthday tooo!
Yay March 26th!
My eggs are set and ready to go. Set 12 backyard mixes with a possibility of a purebred Black Rock.
I am doing spread sheets on temperature&humidity, egg candling&pip/zip time and chick id and maybe daily weight.



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flocktastic
MY Birthday tooo!
Yay March 26th!
My eggs are set and ready to go. Set 12 backyard mixes with a possibility of a purebred Black Rock.
I am doing spread sheets on temperature&humidity, egg candling&pip/zip time and chick id and maybe daily weight.




Woohoo! Awesome! I know several people with our birthday! 😃👍🏻😃👍🏻
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OMLord, You know I love you, right??? I'm sooo excited to be able to do this, this year...I really thought last year was my last hatch. Sally Sunshine, you're my chickie idol...:D 

Hey there! Glad to see you are still around, certainly missed you on Pa thread!

post #7206 of 11176
I think I'll set the eggs I get tomorrow as well and I'll post final count after work
post #7207 of 11176
Set 28 duck eggs (mix selection of pekin and Muscovy) and I set 42 barnyard mix chicken eggs (all standard size) 👍🏻🐓 so that's 70 eggs set from me.
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 Oops - you missed me (Post 6878).

"Alright, I'm in!!! Just set 8 Cream Legbar eggs from my own flock a few minutes ago.

Add me to the list!!!!clap.gif "

- Ant Farm 
@mlm Mike
 
Yea another NN lover in this Hatch-A-Long.
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Here are my eggs I set.
1 Brown/White Chinese goose egg set 2/26
1 Toulouse goose egg set 2/28
4 Ameri-flower
4 SBEL
2 OE
1 EE
3 Maran
3 Lavender Orpington
20 Rhodebar
31 Barnyard mutts
10 Lavender Orp/ Rhodebar
3 LO/ Unknown breed Splash hens
With a grand total of 81 chicken eggs set around 12:30 p.m and 2 goose eggs

Okay what us an Ameri-flower?
Ameri-flower is a special mix that @MyPetChicken does.

Chickens~Rhodebars, Lavender Orpington, Light Brahma and a lot of barnyard mutts.
Ducks~Muscovy      Geese~ Toulouse, Brown Chinese, White chinese
Turkeys~  Royal Palm

Endless chicken eggs hatching year round

 Also raise GMO Free pastured broilers

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Chickens~Rhodebars, Lavender Orpington, Light Brahma and a lot of barnyard mutts.
Ducks~Muscovy      Geese~ Toulouse, Brown Chinese, White chinese
Turkeys~  Royal Palm

Endless chicken eggs hatching year round

 Also raise GMO Free pastured broilers

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post #7209 of 11176
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Ameri-flower is a special mix that @MyPetChicken does.

Any more specifics? Do they lay special eggs? Are they pretty colors? Etc.

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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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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Yes it's a 2 day window either way for chicken eggs. There is 1 other kind of egg to be set that will be included but I can't recall which one.


Cortunix quail and buttonquail on the 8th and 10th

Never calculate upon juvenile poultry until the necessary process of incubation has thoroughly materialized.

 

Penny Hen's Swap Page: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/penny-hens-swap-page

https://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=1006455&location=Tennessee&add=1#

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Never calculate upon juvenile poultry until the necessary process of incubation has thoroughly materialized.

 

Penny Hen's Swap Page: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/penny-hens-swap-page

https://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=1006455&location=Tennessee&add=1#

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