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Incubating eggs and the ring of death

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I know this has been asked too many times but although I've seen the pictures I still have to hear it from someone else.  Is this the ring of death? This is from a Silkie.

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That's what it looks like to me.
post #3 of 5

yeah

I became interested in hatching and raising chickens during a developmental genetics class where we manipulated the genetic code of chicken embryos. One year later, I have many chickens, mostly Ameraucanas and Silkies.

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I became interested in hatching and raising chickens during a developmental genetics class where we manipulated the genetic code of chicken embryos. One year later, I have many chickens, mostly Ameraucanas and Silkies.

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x3. That looks like a blood ring to me too. Sorry..

"What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us." - Helen Keller

 

Heritage turkey, ducks, Cream Legbar & Hedemora chickens.

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"What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us." - Helen Keller

 

Heritage turkey, ducks, Cream Legbar & Hedemora chickens.

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Hi everybody! My clutch I just candeled looks good but one looked like a ring of death and I didn't see any veins or red dot. And it just wasn't sticking like the others. So I did a eggtopsy and there was blood in it. And also the mother had rejected it because it was cold! I didn't kill it right? Thanks - Billy b
6 Golden Buffs, 2 Easter Eggers, 2 Black Astralorps, 2 Silkies and 1 Barred Rock.
AND COUNTING!

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6 Golden Buffs, 2 Easter Eggers, 2 Black Astralorps, 2 Silkies and 1 Barred Rock.
AND COUNTING!

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