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Sorry guys, its only 88% no parade for me this turn, maybe next! I would also like to report though, i did move up from 84% on my ducky hatch to 88% this time. Im pretty happy about the numbers, but not parade worthy... Theyres more hatchs to come wink.png no worries!

Parade at 85%, I thought.
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Maybe? Lol i am going to Try and seperate the reds out, they do have a distinct color, you can see in the pic, but some of the striped chicks came from brown eggs, i watched em gig.gif all shanks are currently yellow and they should turn at about 4 weeks.

I wanted to sell them this weekend to my contacts but im kinda POed that i screwed up, it hurts my clientelle and the fact i had told them they could buy EEs OR prodction from me. I Might instead, tell them what happened, and take them to the swap at TSC this weekend...

Next time i will do better! Learned a valuble lesson here.

Next hatch theres already a plan, it eent like this: my ole man asked me the next day after they hatched into disorder: "dont you have extra fish breeding containers?" Made out of the perfect material for dividing my incubator and trimmable to exactly the sizes i need? "YES!" Y didnt i think of that!!! he.gif

I has no clue what my last hatch was going to look like as babies! I have heard of using those plastic sheets of grid stuff that yarn crafters use, thought that would be an awesome way to separate them.
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Originally Posted by mixedUPturk View Post

Sorry guys, its only 88% no parade for me this turn, maybe next! I would also like to report though, i did move up from 84% on my ducky hatch to 88% this time. Im pretty happy about the numbers, but not parade worthy... Theyres more hatchs to come wink.png no worries!


75% shipped and BCM, 85% for your own eggs, but Amy is the Grand Marshall on this thread now ;)

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Parade at 85%, I thought.
I has no clue what my last hatch was going to look like as babies! I have heard of using those plastic sheets of grid stuff that yarn crafters use, thought that would be an awesome way to separate them.

Thats a great idea too! I thought the parade percentages were, if it was shipped at 75 and home at 90? Mine were a mix, i got 16 of those eggs from another BYCer, 13 hatched. They came in a car from 100 miles away :idk im just sitn back, very Very pleased with the end product :cool

Rayvn i hope ur feelin okay? U hadnt been on all day hmm.png
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post #27404 of 34789
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Thats a great idea too! I thought the parade percentages were, if it was shipped at 75 and home at 90? Mine were a mix, i got 16 of those eggs from another BYCer, 13 hatched. They came in a car from 100 miles away :idk im just sitn back, very Very pleased with the end product :cool

Rayvn i hope ur feelin okay? U hadnt been on all day hmm.png


I make the rules :smack 

 

ETA: Although, I think you are right :gig


Edited by scflock - 10/30/15 at 11:36am
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I make the rules :smack 

 

ETA: Although, I think you are right :gig

 

If you turned over your Grand Marshall cap, then maybe the rules got changed.  :smack

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post #27406 of 34789
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If you turned over your Grand Marshall cap, then maybe the rules got changed.  :smack


I didn't turn it over, it just got divided in the divorce. She knows where I keep mine, but she didn't go there. Now who's fault is that?

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If you turned over your Grand Marshall cap, then maybe the rules got changed.  :smack


Oh yeah,

 

 

 

 

 

:smack

post #27408 of 34789
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Originally Posted by mixedUPturk View Post


Maybe? Lol i am going to Try and seperate the reds out, they do have a distinct color, you can see in the pic, but some of the striped chicks came from brown eggs, i watched em gig.gif all shanks are currently yellow and they should turn at about 4 weeks.

I wanted to sell them this weekend to my contacts but im kinda POed that i screwed up, it hurts my clientelle and the fact i had told them they could buy EEs OR prodction from me. I Might instead, tell them what happened, and take them to the swap at TSC this weekend...

Next time i will do better! Learned a valuble lesson here.

Next hatch theres already a plan, it eent like this: my ole man asked me the next day after they hatched into disorder: "dont you have extra fish breeding containers?" Made out of the perfect material for dividing my incubator and trimmable to exactly the sizes i need? "YES!" Y didnt i think of that!!! he.gif

 

Isn't it always something that seems so obvious that we overlook sometimes? :gig Here we are overthinking the world.

 

I think if you sort them the best you can and be honest about it you will still get buyers. And if you want to make sure it's right, perhaps offer an exchange/credit/however you wish to handle it if they get the wrong breed?

post #27409 of 34789
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I didn't turn it over, it just got divided in the divorce. She knows where I keep mine, but she didn't go there. Now who's fault is that?


I'm guessing that would be your fault.  :lau

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I didn't turn it over, it just got divided in the divorce. She knows where I keep mine, but she didn't go there. Now who's fault is that?

 

And you know the woman always gets the good stuff in a divorce.  :tongue

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