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pictures of eggs set for the 4th Annual BYC NYD Hatch-a-long

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Post your pictures of the eggs you set for the NYD hatch here.
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There they are

http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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http://www.communitywalk.com/pa_bycers/map/1552784

My mixed up flock of Barred Rocks, Red hens, Brown Leghorns, Speckled Sussex,  EEs, BLRW, Buff Orps, Wellies and Delawares Marans and Ameracaunnas, lone Sebright roo  and a Muscovy quad.

 

In quarantine a quintuplet of barred rocks (hopefully hens)

 

In the brooders:  Pekin ducklings, New Hampshire Reds, Buff Orps, Iowa Blue.

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31 Eggs set   2 Red Silkies, 29 Seramas                                         jumpy.gif   Good Luck Everyone!

Beth --   Silkies/Showgirls, Cochins, Seramas IN DESPERATE SEARCH OF A BLRW ROOSTER. ADULT PREFERRED, BUT JUVIE WILL DO IF HE IS FOR SURE A MALE.

Eggs in the bator = Seramas.
Eggs under a hen= Seramas
If anyone has Red Silkies or knows of anyone -- send me a PM plz


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Beth --   Silkies/Showgirls, Cochins, Seramas IN DESPERATE SEARCH OF A BLRW ROOSTER. ADULT PREFERRED, BUT JUVIE WILL DO IF HE IS FOR SURE A MALE.

Eggs in the bator = Seramas.
Eggs under a hen= Seramas
If anyone has Red Silkies or knows of anyone -- send me a PM plz


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ETA: 3 EE's, 5 Welsummers, 8 Baque, 8 Icelandics, 7 Silver/Red Dorkings
Edited by janelle18 - 12/11/12 at 9:14am

ALOT of Chickens..BR, Light Sussex, Icelandic, Welsummer, Basque, Dorking & EE's !, 1 Yellow Lab, 1 Welsh Pony, 1 Thoroughbred 

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ALOT of Chickens..BR, Light Sussex, Icelandic, Welsummer, Basque, Dorking & EE's !, 1 Yellow Lab, 1 Welsh Pony, 1 Thoroughbred 

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here is my set.. 7.d'uccle,3  Lav AM, 4  Lav. AM/BR, 7 Wheaten AM, 8 Blue cooper Marans,and  6 Olive Eggers. == 35


Edited by mstricer - 12/12/12 at 6:44am

 

 

  

 

 

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Here are mine:

18 Araucana eggs

12 RIR

7 BCM

7 Lav. Orp

 

 The post office finally called me early this morning to let me know my other 2 boxes were in so I'll be adding 36 more:

24 Silkies

12 Blk. Orps.

 

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Edited by Brookhavens - 12/12/12 at 9:45am

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Here are all of ours so far hide.gif we still have quail to set

 

 

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Have to reset these shortly when the backup bator warms up. We had a stinker in the duck sets! sickbyc.gif

 

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Sebastopol ~~~ Exhibition Dewlap Toulouse ~~~ American

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For some reason, the top two eggs got cut off from the picture. :/ I have them arranged in a weird way, but they're by day of lay for the chicken eggs. I have 9 duck eggs, 3 leghorn eggs, 2 ameraucana over silkie/ameraucana eggs and 6 cornish cross eggs. I candled the duck eggs after taking the picture, but I won't mention how many of them are growing, at least not until we're allowed to?

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Horray I was able to get out closer to noon than I thought and set my eggs!!! So happy they won't be six hours off.

11 Whole Foods eggs, set and baking! I'll get more scientific about their positioning tonight when I'm not feverishly rushing back to work.
Edited by Pele - 12/11/12 at 9:30am
"It's easy. You draw a red line on the ground, right? Then you wait for a chicken to come along. When he arrives, he puts his beak right on the line and he's hypnotized!"
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"It's easy. You draw a red line on the ground, right? Then you wait for a chicken to come along. When he arrives, he puts his beak right on the line and he's hypnotized!"
Joey Santiago
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I set 28 eggs.
8 SFH (shipped, 1 detached aircell, one slightly cracked and taped)
7 SFH, my own but most are several days old
3 OE hen covered by OE, BW Amer, and SFH roos
1 BCMxSFH (I washed to dark coating off in hopes of getting it to hatch w/ the SFHs
9 Splash Orp, maybe a BBS or 2, I don't recall at the moment
Edited by KYTinpusher - 12/13/12 at 1:15am
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