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post #11 of 14

probably time to get another roo, yours should be putting out the healthiest eggs and chicks, if you haven't tried to hatch before, he could have been sterile the entire time.

post #12 of 14
I have a fella That's making fertile eggs everyday. I have plenty for my incubator. He's a R.I. red/ white leghorn=Golden comet. He's been getting rough with my hens and my wife would like to get rid of him. I'm in eastern Long Island. If you're near and would like him you're welcome. He hatched last Aug.
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I have a fella That's making fertile eggs everyday. I have plenty for my incubator. He's a R.I. red/ white leghorn=Golden comet. He's been getting rough with my hens and my wife would like to get rid of him. I'm in eastern Long Island. If you're near and would like him you're welcome. He hatched last Aug.

Yeah I'm pretty close in West Point  Mississippi

 

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post #14 of 14
I'm sorry, I didn't say which state. That would be L.I. New York.
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