You are right about things not showing when not full screen. I think that's a problem with the "canned site" I can't (easily) fix. So I dropped the "about" page as redundant and add this to the contact page also.
I will bring back the additional details, probably in the form of printable PDF's like the care sheet. I am thinking of printing them and posting them at the store, then giving out a copy with the chicks.
Back on topic. I have 2 surviving Bielefelder pullets from the last hatch. The 2 cockerels hatched late and didn't make it. There are 6 BF eggs in lockdown now. The second hen just started laying, I set 10 eggs last week. I will not have that many BF chicks at any one time this year, but they will be a lot more available than they were last year and that makes me happy. I will have to decide how many to keep for next year's breeder flock.
It seems that the Bielefelder chick surviving rate is really low. I heard this could relate to in-breeding. Maybe you can exchange one of your roosters with another breeder to see if that will help? Or you think it is only bad luck or inappropriate incubator setting?