We have one of them. My Grand daughter helped me put eggs in the incubator. I kind of set them and let them go. I candle them once, when I move them from the incubator to the hatcher. I just check the temp, add water until 3 days before a batch is suppose to hatch. These hatched in my old farm Innovator.
I took the eggs out and there was a dark brown egg. I have not set a dark brown egg this year. I am guessing someone thought Grandpa needed one more egg in there. It hatched first with a huge chick. We called him/her Lucky, because he/she was suppose to be cake, fried or scrambled 3 weeks ago. He has become a favorite of ours...
Below are her/his baby pictures.
Alaskan grats on your hatch. How many did you hatch so far?
Edited by duluthralphie - 2/21/16 at 6:38am