Originally Posted by harrellkd
Yay! I love hatch a longs!
Originally Posted by MotorcycleChick
Originally Posted by mlm Mike
Wonderful! I have my first ever guineas in the incubator now.
Originally Posted by dgibson0604
I will have guineas and chickens hatching all through may
I never was tempted by guineas, but now that the neighbors behind me have them, I really don't understand wanting them. I have to shoo them out of my yard several times a day. They are very loud, and… I really would like to know the attraction to them. Could either of you tell me?
Well after much research and consideration I determined, just kidding . Sally and I were discussing hatching something we haven't hatched before, then someone buying chicks from her, who primarily raises guineas, gave her some guinea hatching eggs. She shipped them to me. Meanwhile someone stopped at my house wanting to buy some roosters, he brought up guineas, I said I have come incubating now, he said he'd buy any of the keets that hatched. He also is going to get some eggs to hatch for him after this batch hatches. So the story has a happy ending.
Originally Posted by pjnbill22
I have eggs set to hatch May 6-8. Langshan, Columbian Wyandottes, and barnyard mixes.
I think this will be it for me for a while unless a hen goes broody. Have to keep chicken & garden chores to a minimum with fishing season started and camping on the horizon. (This morning we were at 98 chickens and a turkey. Sold 3 Silkies! Bought 6 poults. 95 chickens and 7 turkeys tonight. About 45 chicken eggs and 1 goose egg in the bators- someone stop me!!!)
Originally Posted by draye
I'm setting Naked Necks and some Naked Necks and some naked Necks. Then some that probably won't turn out Naked Nevked.