Excuse me??????? I think I read this wrong...because I know that mine are the cutest chicks anywhere! Oh, the audacity.
Do you always keep your humidity that high for incubation? Try staying in the 30% to mid 30% range. Yep, just try it. :D
he has little serama eggs to hatch
correct! NOT ENTIRE INCUBATION!!!! until day seven!!
HUMIDITY Humidity is NOT a set number!
Its a tool to get the correct weight loss in the egg! post #7068
When to turn!!! Shipped Eggs = Change Of Plans! post #53845
I have a broody due on the 4th and we are planning another hatch hopefully in April may I join?
We are already collecting eggs for it so we have to do it. lol
YAYAYYAYAYA of course you can come over!!!! We love you!!! Welcome!!
I've got 45 (give or take one) eggs in a LG. It's all colorful eggs-either Marans eggs (pure, because our rooster is marans) or Easter egger barnyard mix, so it is all blues and chocolate browns. Set yesterday but my temperatures are giving me trouble-any suggestions appreciated!
what bator? @LA~Poulet
TIPS TRICKS for Incubators
Wrapping a bator for steadier temps post #25454
HEAT SINKS/ Stones/Pebbles ADD THEM TO STYRO! post #43903
they are hard because people run too low and they tend to really loose weight at the end of incubation and it cant be gained back at the end, as I said earlier
Serama have been one of our Breeding Flocks for years now, we have hatched and shipped very many.