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post #71 of 77
Any chance you'd be able to put a small clear bin inside your brooder? Kind of like a sectioned off area.
Make sure that's up to 95°. Then put her in. She might be hungry and be done with her incubation.
Hopefully someone else chimes in, but if she's chirping her head off, she's probably hungry or thirsty.

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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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Any chance you'd be able to put a small clear bin inside your brooder? Kind of like a sectioned off area.
Make sure that's up to 95°. Then put her in. She might be hungry and be done with her incubation.
Hopefully someone else chimes in, but if she's chirping her head off, she's probably hungry or thirsty.

I agree. Water for sure. And nutrients. Might be able to get right nutrients into water. Put in dropper and administer. Find Sally Sunshine or go to forms, search for topic, then look and see if any threads are applicable. Getting the folks on here to just respond with info helps the most. Oh, Don't forgot about search tool too.
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Hello everybody. Unfortunately when I have just gone to check on her, she had passed away.😥 Thank you to everyone who has helped to ensure she had the best shot at survivng and she was comfortable.
Edited by Josh40996 - 3/24/16 at 6:58am
post #74 of 77
Sorry for both losses. I would hire you to be my caretaker. You did all you could. Better luck with the next set of twins. Will be a hot thread, just from the looks of this one. Keep up with which hen laid double yolk, maybe you will get some more.
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post #75 of 77
Thanks for sharing all you did during the process. Sorry the little one didn't make it, but it definitely wasn't from lack of care.
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Thanks for sharing all you did during the process. Sorry the little one didn't make it, but it definitely wasn't from lack of care.

Sorry. I was really hoping;....
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So sorry :(

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He is like an eagle that stirs up its nest. It hovers over it little ones. It spreads out it wings to catch them on its feathers.

 

 

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Deuteronomy 32:11
He is like an eagle that stirs up its nest. It hovers over it little ones. It spreads out it wings to catch them on its feathers.

 

 

look at my My Page Here http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/battery-hens

 

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