Originally Posted by 70%cocoa
Good to hear!!
Beautiful doggie, horse and house pics, everyone.
I got a call this morning to say that my dog had won a pet tricks competition at a local pet store (we went there on the weekend to buy him a new night time coat for winter). He was filmed doing a few tricks as part of the competition. We won a year's supply of dog food. But we don't feed him commercial food, we make up his food ourselves. Oh well, some other doggie will appreciate it. It was exciting to win, anyway :-) Now we are in the running to win a car, LOL. The dog can't drive so he'll have to give the car to me. The food that we won is Nutro Natural Choice. Anyone heard of that?
That's a good food, I fed it to my jack russell. Congrats!
Originally Posted by QuackerJackFarms
I just quoted EVERYBODY and it didn't post. Good grief! Just know that I responded to everyone.
I've done that a few times today. I've also figured out that if I try to post smilies my screen freezes and I lose my post.
Originally Posted by Kevin565
Hi everyone . No Turkeys again . However this time alot of their birds are diseased so I think I'll be avoiding there for any bird purchases
I wouldn't get any form there either. I don't remember them being available around here until may really last year, so it's still early for turkeys. There should be plenty soon.
Originally Posted by hennypenny99
If I've killed them I'm going to cry!!! I am starting to HATE HATE HATE digital thermometers. I opened the incubator to turn and my Scovie eggs felt almost hot to the touch. My digital says 99. I turned and spritzed everyone and put in a plain jane thermometer and they are more like 101.5 We are on day 30!! I candled one and saw movement but the guinea egg that is due to hatch any day didn't seem to be moving.
What kind of incubator? 101.5 is exactly where they should be if it's still air, and I don't think that would be high enough in a forced air to kill them. The further along my eggs get the warmer they feel to me, I think because the baby holds in heat better than egg/yolk. Congrats on getting the eggs this far, from what I've read scovies are difficult to incubate.