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post #591 of 1454

Thank you so much Mitch

Mother of Silkies and Naked Neck Showgirls,French Black Copper Marans,EE,6 Emus ,2 Pot Belly pigs and some dogs

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post #592 of 1454

WOW cant wait to see mine hatch. Out of 7 eggs 6 are wiggle. #6 is to young. Just wondering when do you recommend to stop turning them?
 

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slowly making progress...

 

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post #593 of 1454

 

yinepu - LUCKY YOU! I am really excited for you! Congratulations on the hatch!! Looks so cute!

 

Here are this weeks weight loss:

 

Egg #2 -

Jan 11 - Was Bad Threw Away Replacement arriving.

Jan 17 - 652 grams (Replacement egg)

Jan 22 - 645 grams = 7 grams lost or 1.074% loss

Jan 29 - 636 grams = 9 grams lost or 1.395% loss

Feb 5 - 624 grams = 12 grams lost or 1.887% loss

Feb 12 -614 grams = 10 grams lost or 1.603% loss

Feb 19 -607 grams = 7 grams lost or 1.140% loss

Feb 26 -599 grams = 8 grams lost or 1.318% loss

 

Egg #5 -

Jan 22 - 636 grams

Jan 29 - 618 grams = 18 grams lost or 2.83% loss

Feb 5 - 601 grams = 17 grams lost or 2.751% loss

Feb 12 - 585 grams = 16 grams lost or 2.662% loss

Feb 19 - 572 grams = 13 grams lost or 2.222% loss

Feb 26 - 557 grams = 15 grams lost or 2.622% loss

 

Egg #6 -

Jan 22 - 619 grams

Jan 29 - 603 grams = 16 grams lost or 2.585% loss

Feb 5 - 589 grams = 14 grams lost or 2.322% loss

Feb 12 - 575 grams = 14 grams lost or 2.377% loss

Feb 19 - 561 grams = 14 grams lost or 2.435% loss

Feb 26 - 548 grams = 13 grams lost or 2.317% loss

 

Egg # 7 -

Jan 22 - 660 grams

Jan 29 - 649 grams = 11 grams lost or 1.667% loss

Feb 5 - 637 grams = 12 grams lost or 1.849% loss

Feb 12 - 624 grams = 13 grams lost or 2.041% loss

Feb 19 - 614 grams = 10 grams lost or 1.603% loss

Feb 26 - 602 grams = 12 grams lost or 1.954% loss

 

Egg #9 -

Feb 5 - 596 grams

Feb 12- 578 grams = 18 grams lost or 3.020% loss

Feb 19 -566 grams = 12 grams lost or 2.076% loss

Feb 26 -553 grams = 13 grams lost or 2.297% loss

 

I had 4 bad eggs that went down the toilet, eggs # 3, 4, 8 & 10. Eggs 3 & 8 had some growth but for some reason went bad hit.gif

My question is about egg # 2 & 5, are they losing the proper weight?

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Dogs: Joxer, Delta, ChiAna, Padmae, Phoebe and Payton. Peafowl: BS, Charcoal W/E, Silver Pied, White, IB, Peach, Bronze and Purple Spalding. Pair Emu. Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Guinea Hens. Member of UPA - www.peafowl.org

My website www.PeaPen.com coming soon! 

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post #594 of 1454

Here you are, Yoda.  I made you some graphs on #2 and #5:

 

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Hope that helps.

post #595 of 1454

New hatchling that we welcomed to the farm at 10:30PM last night. Happy birthday lil' Emu!

 

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post #596 of 1454
Awww... I got dibs on any extra girls....... ; )
My Heart is Broken... I miss you my Sweet Sophie Puff Diva Chicken....
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My Heart is Broken... I miss you my Sweet Sophie Puff Diva Chicken....
Living and working on a Zoo farm - 300 plus chickens, fancy pigeons, Sebbies geese, turkey, crested ducks, peafowl, ornamental pheasant and ducks, Black swans, Egyptian geese, African Crowned Cranes, Emu, fainting goats, mini zebu, mini horses,mini donkey, alpacas, llamas, horses, 5 Great Pyrenees and a cat.
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post #597 of 1454

i have a slight odor in my incubator too. i noticed it 2 days ago. today it seemed a little more noticeable. i guess i will give them all the sniff test tomorrow to see which one it is. i'd love to have a blown out shell but i dont think i can stomache the smell to do it if its rotten. sickbyc.gif

 

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I'm so happy for you yinepu! How adorable is that lil booger! You have other eggs on the same don't you, what day are they on? I've been keeping track of your charts but I'm on my cell phone & it's a pain in the butt to go back & try to find any info in the threads. Have you been able to tell its gender by the head feather pattern?

 

Polli, don't give up yet! A lot of people have been having a lot of success with Kayala's eggs so maybe the chicks just sleep a lot? Of course you have those 4 others to so I'm sure you'll get an emu out of it, mine are on day 24 & hopefully are alive n kickin!

 

Ok here's a question, have any of you had an egg you thought had a slight smell to it, hatch? The last day or so when I open my bator I swear there's a slight smell in there. 4 eggs smell fine but one I'm pretty sure has the faintest smell to it & I can't smell it at the aircell but at the pointy end of the egg...any thoughts?



 

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Black Cochin Bantams; Silver Pencilied Rocks; Buff Rocks; Partridge Rocks; Exchequer Leghorns
Red Bronze Turkeys; Guineas; Pekin & Runner ducks; India Blue Peafowl; Tolouse and Embden Geese!
National Show Horses; Paint; Welsh x; GSD<3[rip my bestfriend]; 3 mutts; 2 cats; 2 Sheep
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post #598 of 1454

Precious! Congrats!

Mother of Silkies and Naked Neck Showgirls,French Black Copper Marans,EE,6 Emus ,2 Pot Belly pigs and some dogs

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post #599 of 1454

External pips on two more! I vent sexed the one that hatched Monday night and I say we got a girl. Here is a pic of her head for those that are interested in the head pattern sexing experiment. I'm having all the chicks I hatch out this year DNA sexed, so I will post pics of head, and results on the "sex that emu chick" thread at that time.

 

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External pips on two more! I vent sexed the one that hatched Monday night and I say we got a girl. Here is a pic of her head for those that are interested in the head pattern sexing experiment. I'm having all the chicks I hatch out this year DNA sexed, so I will post pics of head, and results on the "sex that emu chick" thread at that time.

 

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Great looking baby :)

It would be helpful to see the pictures of a female vent sexing
 

 

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