New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Hatching supermarket eggs - Page 2

post #11 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lillaida View Post

Yes, very fun! They're doing really well, it will be interesting to see what they look like as adults. Since the hens are hybrids the chicks will not be the same as their parents.

In Sweden, organic and KRAV (KRAV farms have to follow special rules for the well being of the hens) have roosters among them, this is why it's possible that some eggs are fertilized.


 That is cool. *Peep*  :jumpy  *Peep*

post #12 of 18

What do they look like now?

"With a good set of power tools, some glue and some nails, all things are possible." Me

 

Dragons are a lot like cats. They sleep with one eye open, tail a-twitch, and will rain fiery death down upon you should you disturb them.

Reply

"With a good set of power tools, some glue and some nails, all things are possible." Me

 

Dragons are a lot like cats. They sleep with one eye open, tail a-twitch, and will rain fiery death down upon you should you disturb them.

Reply
post #13 of 18
SO interested in seeing them now!
post #14 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lillaida View Post

:welcome   How adorable. They should be hardy hatching after all that. There are threads on BYC about hatching store eggs.  Trader Joe's sells fertile eggs and some people have hatched them.  Giant sells fertile eggs, too, and I've thought about incubating them.  The hens are supposed to be good layers, but with my luck if any hatched, they would all be roosters.

post #15 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by dekel18042 View Post
 

:welcome   How adorable. They should be hardy hatching after all that. There are threads on BYC about hatching store eggs.  Trader Joe's sells fertile eggs and some people have hatched them.  Giant sells fertile eggs, too, and I've thought about incubating them.  The hens are supposed to be good layers, but with my luck if any hatched, they would all be roosters.

I had no luck at trader joes here in Saint Petersburg.

They don't even sell em!

Just the regular Organic/Vegetarian/misleading labeled garbage.

Insane.
Reply
Insane.
Reply
post #16 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lillaida View Post

Here they are, two little chicks from the store. Now turned in to adorable little fluffy things. big_smile.png

That's so cool!
"The world is full of evil and lies and pain and death, and you can't hide from it; you can only face it. The question is, when you do—How do you respond? Who do you become?
~Phil Coulsin

"Is the true lesson what the teacher teaches, or what the student learns?"
~Mace Windu

~~~~~~My God's Not Dead!~~~~~~
Reply
"The world is full of evil and lies and pain and death, and you can't hide from it; you can only face it. The question is, when you do—How do you respond? Who do you become?
~Phil Coulsin

"Is the true lesson what the teacher teaches, or what the student learns?"
~Mace Windu

~~~~~~My God's Not Dead!~~~~~~
Reply
post #17 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by LocalYokel View Post
 

I had no luck at trader joes here in Saint Petersburg.

They don't even sell em!

Just the regular Organic/Vegetarian/misleading labeled garbage.


   Any health food or grocery that sells FETILE eggs (It will say it right on the carton), you can try.

post #18 of 18

That is so cool!

mom of 8 kids,  3 dogs,  10 cats, 11 hens, 1 goose, 1 duck  and the most loving, patient hubby, who puts up with me!!

Reply

mom of 8 kids,  3 dogs,  10 cats, 11 hens, 1 goose, 1 duck  and the most loving, patient hubby, who puts up with me!!

Reply
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home