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77 Sebastopol Eggs In The Incubtor And Adding Ten More Each Day. I Already Have Orders For Most Of  The Goslings.

  Both Rare Colors And White Sebastopols.    Dorothy  Asebastopolsselect.com


Edited by feathersandfluff - 3/2/11 at 3:00pm
Beautiful white and colored Sebastopol geese for sale.
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Beautiful white and colored Sebastopol geese for sale.
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Come on buffs... grow!!! Grow!!! GROW!!!! For MOMMA!!!!
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Poultry Breeding: Tolbunt Polish in Standard and working on Bantams. Bantam Polish in WC Chocolate, Khaki, and Black. All raised with Love on Our Family Farm! Will ship Eggs, Chicks, and Adults! On another note: We are a group of family and friends dedicated to breeding top quality Teacup Poodles, Cockers, Cockapoos, Giant Schnauzers, & Giant Schnoodles! Living the dream in MO!
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Poultry Breeding: Tolbunt Polish in Standard and working on Bantams. Bantam Polish in WC Chocolate, Khaki, and Black. All raised with Love on Our Family Farm! Will ship Eggs, Chicks, and Adults! On another note: We are a group of family and friends dedicated to breeding top quality Teacup Poodles, Cockers, Cockapoos, Giant Schnauzers, & Giant Schnoodles! Living the dream in MO!
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I have a question for you.....this is my first time incubating Sebastopol or any goose egg.  When shoud I be able to tell the eggs a fertile?   I am on day 11. I see the air sac and a dark blob, but no veins ???

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BHep, the shells are so thick sometimes its hard to see the veining until later, if theres a dark blog its a good chance its the beginning of a baby goose.

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YAY Dorothy!!!  You're going to have LOTS of babies!!!!

HUGSSSSSSSSSSS sweetie

Bantam Wyandottes
Muscovy Ducks
Sebastopol Geese
Guineas
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Bantam Wyandottes
Muscovy Ducks
Sebastopol Geese
Guineas
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Originally Posted by bel 

BHep, the shells are so thick sometimes its hard to see the veining until later, if theres a dark blog its a good chance its the beginning of a baby goose.


I hope so.....  and thanks smile

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Originally Posted by feathersandfluff 

77 Sebastopol Eggs In The Incubtor And Adding Ten More Each Day. I Already Have Orders For Most Of  The Goslings.

  Both Rare Colors And White Sebastopols.    Dorothy  Asebastopolsselect.com


Any hatching yet? I am not far behind you, crazy not very many infertile eggs, how about you?

                                                                                                         

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Originally Posted by BHep 

I have a question for you.....this is my first time incubating Sebastopol or any goose egg.  When shoud I be able to tell the eggs a fertile?   I am on day 11. I see the air sac and a dark blob, but no veins ???


I experienced the same thing.  It took about 2 weeks before I was confident that something "good" was happening, but that was mostly because 1 of the 3 eggs was still clear!

I didn't see any veins until about 3 weeks.

Heritage breed chickens along with Black Copper Marans, 3 Cayugas, a crested Khaki Campbell-Cayuga, 2 Cayuga x Khaki Campbell-Cayugas, 2 Mallards, 2 Pekins, 3 Indian Runners, a Silver Appleyard, a Magpie, and 2 Sebastopol geese.

3 mini-Dachshunds (1 smooth red, 1 smooth black & tan silver dapple, and 1 long-haired black & tan silver dapple).

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Heritage breed chickens along with Black Copper Marans, 3 Cayugas, a crested Khaki Campbell-Cayuga, 2 Cayuga x Khaki Campbell-Cayugas, 2 Mallards, 2 Pekins, 3 Indian Runners, a Silver Appleyard, a Magpie, and 2 Sebastopol geese.

3 mini-Dachshunds (1 smooth red, 1 smooth black & tan silver dapple, and 1 long-haired black & tan silver dapple).

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Awesome Dorothy! thumbsup

Quality white & saddleback Sebastopol Geese.
 

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Quality white & saddleback Sebastopol Geese.
 

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post #10 of 11
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Jennifer, you are probably ahead of me.  I am up to 200 eggs incubating but they are not due to hatch for another week.  Dorothy

Beautiful white and colored Sebastopol geese for sale.
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Beautiful white and colored Sebastopol geese for sale.
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