Well I come out with a hatch of 75 out of 96 eggs.
Here are some photos.
Polish/Nsked Neck cross. Fully feathered.
Just some random babies.
Here are some fully feathered ones also. Both parents were Naked Necked, but had big bibs, some all five chicks from that cross turned out without the naked Necks. Boo. Oh well pullets will work if that is what they are to be bred back to NN's.
There were 7 chicks born this week of my staggered eggs.
There are currently 2 brown eggs from one of my hens and 2 EE eggs from my Easter Egger in the incubator due to hatch this holiday weekend.
Of the turkeys due the 26th hatched on the 25th one weak and floppy. I have been playing nurse to the weaker one after reading on BYC about Floppy chick syndrome. Now however I am afraid either it has a respiratory thing or it has aspirated when I dipped its beak or syringe fed it as I am hearing a little weird noise that wasn't there yesterday.
This is Daisy. Our daughter is naming them as they hatch, of course
This is Periwinkle. She is a Lavender Orpington. There is another Lavender Orpington zipping now. The other four aren't pipped yet.
Two Ameracauna mixes were pipped this morning and haven't hatched yet.
No pips on any of the three Russian Orloffs, the big green Ameracauna mix, or the FBCM.
It's getting a bit crazy in there, the unhatched eggs are getting kicked around quite a bit, but it's not recommended to remove chicks if others are pipped, correct? The black one that hatched at noon is very active.