I have a sister who was 29 for a while, then 35 for a few years, now she's 39. And yet she's actually older than me.
I have peas, and only the eldest male makes noise, and only during mating season unless he's startled.
Originally Posted by debs_flock
When I picked up my eggs from Denny (lotsapaints), she told me she finds the incubation on turkeys to be more like 27 days.
As far as age (three+ decades past 25 here), I've always said, if you're going to lie about your age, say you're older. People will look and say, "You look great, you don't look anywhere near ___". If you lie and say you are younger, they are going to think "What the h__l happened to them?"
That's been my theory for years! Actually yesterday I was trying to figure it out, because I always add 5. Same thing- I look DANG good for my age, and my 'older' sister looks really rough around the edges. She's saying 39 at 44, I'm saying 46 at 41!!
Originally Posted by Arielle
Question for chooks chick and any one with LG experience,
I put two thermometers side by side on the egg carton center nesled between the two rows of eggs. The fish tank thermometer reads 100. The human thermometer reads 102.4--this reads and holds the highest temperature. Is spiking temps normal for the LG?
Yes, because it has two settings on its heating coil: on and off. If the temp takes a bit to stabilize, it will jump in air temps quite a bit, but that doesn't mean that the internal temps of the egg are that high.
Originally Posted by yinepu
I always candle on day 0.. especially for shipped eggs.. it's the best way to tell if there are any hairline cracks that need to be tended to
Excellent story! Mind if I use it?
Originally Posted by craz e laid e
Can we get a discount on a bulk order of straight jackets?
I have several for various occasions in my closet. So do I. And me!