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Thank you Guinea124.   Appreciate all your advise and helpful suggestions. As I stated to Amy Lynn I'm going in after the older chicks to make room for the newbies.  Keep meddling, all opinions are good/great  It sure has helped me.  Thanks

post #22 of 23
Well altogether 21 eggs out of 26 have hatched. So happy. Thought I was doing everything wrong. Had to assist last 2 and they are doing great. 5 left, Will candle them tonite. They may just be late blummers. Will also leave them in a couple more days. JUST IN CASE.
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Well altogether 21 eggs out of 26 have hatched. So happy. Thought I was doing everything wrong. Had to assist last 2 and they are doing great. 5 left, Will candle them tonite. They may just be late blummers. Will also leave them in a couple more days. JUST IN CASE.

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Need help incubating/hatching? Are you more a hands on hatcher? Come visit us: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1081034/hands-on-hatching-and-help

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