I have to come out of hiding here, I was going to keep on reading before I joined in, but there are so many people in here with you that has sooo much knowledge! I can't tell you how much I am enjoying your journey, it's like reading a good book. I have been keeping the page open for days so I don't lose my place. I am waiting on pins and needles about the adoptions, and of course would love to have my own Bernie. I am just beginning my adventure...I have two incubators going right now, my first ever hatch. Who knew one could get soooo obsessed with eggs! My first bator is a Hovobator with a fan, the second one is the LG still air. I must ask all you experts here....which one would you rather hatch in? The eggs in my forced air are ready for lock down tomorrow, the eggs in my still air will be on day 14. Should I trade them around and hatch in the still air....so as to keep less drying out of the eggs because of the fan? Oz, I can't tell how much I look forward to catching up on your story, I refuse to skip to the end, like I said it's like a book I can't put down!
And I lost my place when I posted!
to find your place again just look up at who you responded to right next to thier "Originally posted by:....." will be a text bubble with a green arrow on top of it. Just click on that bubble/arrow and it will take you back to that post...
I been here at BYC more than four years and only just learned what that thing was for... LOL
I missed welcoming you when you signed up so I am welcoming you now from the San Diego high desert. I am deb
Past poultry: Buff Brhama, EE, Barred rock, Wellsummer,
Bantam mixes, Araucana, Turkeys, & Guinea Fowl.
Future poultry: Guinea Fowl, Sumatra, Wellsummer, Muscovy
"A dream without a plan is just a wish" Katherine Paterson