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My broody shares her box with her mother hen and mother hen lays eggs in there. They share a cage with my black Cochin (bantam). I have to collect eggs every day from her, and she is a good hider, she hid this one up her wing and I finally found it 6 days later.

 

This is graphic, I warn you. I wasn't grossed out, but interested. I hope you find this interesting. BTW: That is dirt not from the egg, I just found a flower pot and put it in here. +That's also a bubble... 

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Edited by JerseyGiantfolk - 5/15/12 at 7:19am

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Cool! It's not gross at all.

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Cool! It's not gross at all.

Awesome! It's what's going on right now.. if your chicks have been incubating for 6 days now smile.png

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Looks like you got a bit of a surprise while cooking breakfast...lol

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Looks like you got a bit of a surprise while cooking breakfast...lol

Almost! My chickens were going to get it when I was cracking it open I saw blood vessels. lol.png

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