"Louisiana "La-yers" Peeps" - Page 4512
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you remmeber correctlly, just FYI anyone incubating i did save a clutch by wrapping my bator in blankets and jackets when we lost power. Only lost two degrees in two hour power outage. Once the eggs are warm under incubation, its easy to damage the embryo by moving the egg or bator around, so you Do Not want to try and transport it. you want to wrap it up and cross ur fingers, if you dont have a nearby backup power supply.
Yes! I can use that!
Thanks! its super exciting!
Yes its begging and Warning: its Addicting!
You totally could!
theyre So Freakn Adorable! OMGooooodness!!!
Back i know its tough!!
Edited by mixedUPturk - 2/23/16 at 2:21pm
Hi welcome. I'm new to all this just started with my flock in October. Got my first 2 eggs this week.
I saw your intro and was also interested in hearing about the "registered therapy chicken" you have. Very Cool do tell.
I use a glass thermometer and also a digital thermometer/hygrometer which you can purchase at Walmart. Most important thing is to make sure they are calibrated right.
Those are very nice. What breed are they? I guess we can decide when the three weeks are up. I will be putting the in the bator I have a buyer waiting for them so I could Easley add however many you want to trade. I think those ducks you like are fizzle . I've never seen that breed before. Pam
They are buff laced polish.
Currently I have a legbar & polish egg on day 22 with internal pips but no externals pips. Good thing I am at work cause I would be hovering, waiting anxiously for them to come on out
Nice! I remember impatiently awaiting those first ever eggs