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post #71 of 96
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Originally Posted by carzan View Post
 

Since taking this pic about 10 minutes ago he has a part of one wing out as well. He has not stopped chirping since yesterday.. I know he has to be getting tired!! Need to still wait?? Also, his foot is def over his head.. you can see his little cute toes coming out :)

 

yes, I agree with Ravyn.  The "fat END" of the egg, not the "SIDE".  He'll be out soon!  :D

 

 

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Originally Posted by RavynFallen View Post


When they take this long, a lot of times the foot comes out like that, no worries... but you can pick off more of the shell, go down and around from directly under the bill from this pic... open up the whole end of the egg... if you can, to ahead an pull his head out, but nothing more...

 

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post #72 of 96
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Its a Rouen :) Hes still working hard!!

We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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post #73 of 96
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I opened the incubator to say hello and he literally popped right out of the egg! His bottom is still in now, but I wanted you all to meet Hughbert :)

We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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post #74 of 96
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I opened the incubator to say hello and he literally popped right out of the egg! His bottom is still in now, but I wanted you all to meet Hughbert smile.png

Awwwww!! Hi, Hughbert!! frow.giflove.gif
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post #75 of 96
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Originally Posted by carzan View Post



I opened the incubator to say hello and he literally popped right out of the egg! His bottom is still in now, but I wanted you all to meet Hughbert smile.png

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You did soooo good! Can't wait to see him all fluffy and dry.

Do you see any unabsorbed yolk down in there?
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post #76 of 96
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Aw thanks guys!! Any tips from here? We have had baby ducks but only after they were a little older! Again, thank you for all of your help! You guys are the best!!

We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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post #77 of 96
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I tried to look and all I could see was what looked like an umbilical cord maybe attached to the shell.. I didn't get a good look at his belly yet though. He is such a little fighter! He is still kicking around trying to get the rest of the way out.. I know the little guy has to be so tired!

We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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post #78 of 96
Very tired, for sure!! But we'll wait and see what's left when he pushes all the way out. fl.gif
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post #79 of 96
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Originally Posted by WVduckchick View Post

Very tired, for sure!! But we'll wait and see what's left when he pushes all the way out. fl.gif

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post #80 of 96
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He is flipping and flopping all over the incubator like crazy! He's stuck upside down and dragging his shell by a little cord.. I'm a little nervous!:idunno

We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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We call it our "funny farm".. 2 RIR, 2 Isa Brown, 1 BO, 1 rescue meat bird, a silkie rooster, 2 ducks (one that thinks he is a goat), and a guinea! 
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