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Yippeeeee!!!!   yippiechickie.gif

 

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IT PIPPED!!!! THE ONE I WAS SO WRRIED ABOUT PIPPED.YEAH!


 

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Hatch #2 day 4 - have 26 embryos/36 eggs!

I need will power to let them be for a couple days. I like the rolling turner much better then the tilting type. I can see the embryos much better, I can even see the flutter of the heartbeat on a couple of them! When I make my cabinet incubator I am going to make rolling turners for each tray.

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1 chihuahua/1 peekapoo/2 naked necks/1 ancona/3 easter eggers/1 minorca/1 olive egger/1 Summer Sussex/8 silkies/1 mille fluer d'Uccle & chicks a'hatch'n about all the time!
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("\(^v^)/") DeAnna ("\(^v^)/")
Mama to 3 wonderful kids
1 chihuahua/1 peekapoo/2 naked necks/1 ancona/3 easter eggers/1 minorca/1 olive egger/1 Summer Sussex/8 silkies/1 mille fluer d'Uccle & chicks a'hatch'n about all the time!
www.sweetchicksfarm.com

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Okay so as I posted earlier I have put in 36 chicken eggs but I don't know what to look for when I candle them. Could someone post pics of each day or stage of the whole process. Any posts will be greatly appreciated.

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Okay so as I posted earlier I have put in 36 chicken eggs but I don't know what to look for when I candle them. Could someone post pics of each day or stage of the whole process. Any posts will be greatly appreciated.



http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/119420/candling-photos-and-stages-of-development-info-compilation-pics

Seramas, call ducks, mandarin ducks. Pics on my fb farm page www.facebook.com/ittybittybantiebarn

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Seramas, call ducks, mandarin ducks. Pics on my fb farm page www.facebook.com/ittybittybantiebarn

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Hatch #2 day 4 - have 26 embryos/36 eggs!
I need will power to let them be for a couple days. I like the rolling turner much better then the tilting type. I can see the embryos much better, I can even see the flutter of the heartbeat on a couple of them! When I make my cabinet incubator I am going to make rolling turners for each tray.



Awesome!!!! 

 

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Okay so I checked my eggs today and most had some development but the others egg shells were too dark to see inside. So im hoping for the best with my first hatch and hope the chicks all grow up to be beautiful breeders.

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Okay so I checked my eggs today and most had some development but the others egg shells were too dark to see inside. So im hoping for the best with my first hatch and hope the chicks all grow up to be beautiful breeders.



It's so much fun to look in them.  I have one silkie who lays a white egg and it's a front row seat.  The dark ones, not so much fun!

What have you decided to keep your humidity at?

 

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Just ordered some new eggs. Going to be a lot more cautious with the temp this time.

I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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Just ordered some new eggs. Going to be a lot more cautious with the temp this time.



I hear you....my problems were with humidity. 

What kind of eggs did you order?

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I hear you....my problems were with humidity. 

What kind of eggs did you order?



Buff Orpington eggs.

I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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I've got 2 cats, Dyllen and Star. I have 10 chickens; 1 BLRW, 2 mutt hens, 1 mutt chicks, 1 EEs, 1 RIR, 1 White Leghorn, 1 Golden Campine, 1 unknown hen, and 1 Partridge cochin. I also have1 Swedish/Black Indian Runner , 1 Yellow Swedish, 1 Black Runner, and 3 Coturnix quail.

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