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I want my broody bantam welsummer to hatch some eggs, however I prefer her to hatch other welsummer eggs. As I have 8 other hens it is hard to keep track. Also, it is hard to only separate the bantam eggs by their small size because I also have other non-welsummer bantam chickens that also lay small eggs!

 

I would like to avoid separation because I don't want to mess with the pecking order, but I want to find a solution.

 

Thanks,

chixcoop

In my house there are: 4 barred rocks, 4 welsummer bantams, 3 buff orpingtons, 6 rabbits (mini lops), 1 standard poodle, 1 leopard gecko. 
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In my house there are: 4 barred rocks, 4 welsummer bantams, 3 buff orpingtons, 6 rabbits (mini lops), 1 standard poodle, 1 leopard gecko. 
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