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post #51 of 58
Looking for serama pullets for my line cockerel.
post #52 of 58

Wow, that is a great hatch rate. Mine is only around 10-15%, no really sure why. Do you have any suggestions?

 

We set the temp. to 99.8   humidity 60% then to 80% on the 18th day and stop rotation 18th day.

Just about all of them develop, but a lot of them stop developing half way through  

post #53 of 58

Although I'm not new to hatching...I am for serapa's.  I'm in northwest TN and still trying to find eggs to hatch.  I have a couple of incubators and a nice size building for raising more, i'd like to start out with pets.  

post #54 of 58

i have 3 eggs in the mail coming next week.any advice.?i have a broody silkie to set them under.

post #55 of 58
My eggs arrived today... Going to do what I did with my regular and bantam eggs. Humidity is at 22-24% till lock down than to 65%. Last 2 hatches of my other eggs ( my own )100 % hatched .fl.gif
post #56 of 58

Lucky people who have Seramas to hatch! :)  This is definitely one of my "wish list" breeds. Good luck to all! :)

post #57 of 58
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Originally Posted by MargaretAnneHK View Post

Lucky people who have Seramas to hatch! smile.png  This is definitely one of my "wish list" breeds. Good luck to all! smile.png

all good things come to those who wait smile.png
post #58 of 58

I think that is true. :)   

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