It's ok if you didn't see a beak in the air cell you should have time . They may be just getting ready . hope your there for it I must get off line now . interesting day on the Journey check in late this evening. Now breath and take care of business .
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A very good book. It's full of very useful information, pictures, and tips. I'd recommend it.
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My Hatching Journey- The Adventures of a Complete Newbie - Page 241post #2401 of 33663/23/16 at 6:20ambe 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 .
Featured Stories on BackYard Chickenspost #2402 of 33663/23/16 at 6:22amThread StarterQuote:But I did! 3 of them!
See you....post #2403 of 33663/23/16 at 7:54ampost #2404 of 33663/23/16 at 8:25amThread Starter
Yeps! Peeping like crazy and wobbling now.post #2405 of 33663/23/16 at 8:29ampost #2406 of 33663/23/16 at 8:34amThread StarterI did, humidity is 48% and climbing, and temps are creeping back up ever........so......s...l..o..w..l..y....
That is because of all the new things in there, lego stand, etc..... But it is getting on my nerves, having to leave withhout stable temps.
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C'mon little chickies!!
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