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Hello from Oroville
I was at the feed store TRYING not to buy any birds, I was looking at the leghorns and I saw a bright red comb on a chick that couldn't have been more than 10 days old, I probably should have told them, but I didn't, I hope someone didn't buy it thinking it was a pullet!
Any suggestions on getting girls thinking of going broody to actually sit. I keep taking the eggs away because we need eggs and I sell some to pay for feed. I have fertile eggs (Pitas and Mutts)
Just wondering if I put a girl in an isolated cage with a clutch of eggs might she eventually sit them?
Im considering doing this with a couple of my girls who seem to want to be broody but I keep stealing all the eggs.