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What is an infected yolk sac? You might be wondering what an infected yolk sac is? Well it happens when a chick hatches too early. It might not have fully absorbed, it’s yolk sac which is it’s food inside the egg. Before it hatches. This is why you almost never, want to do an assisted hatch. Identifying an infected yolk sac First, you will want to identify if your chick has an infected yolk sac. It will most likely look like a swollen abnormal large bottom. And it usually it has,...
If you want your chicken to look cool, crazy or strait up green. Please post a picture of your chicken in the comments, and I will photoshop the picture for you. Here are some I've done.
keeping hawks, and other pests away.
What to do when your chick can't walk, its feet go out to the side, or they are bending the wrong way.... I sadly had this happen to me once and I wish I knew this. First you will need to get A straw A hair tie And something to cut with Cut the straw to the length of a half an inch. Then get the hair tie and loop it through Now you should have one loop, on each side of the half inch straw. Then put the chicks feet in the loops. Your chick might wobble at first but in the long run,the...
Momma and daddy as chicks! Momma as a chick!little chicks! More little chicks!rooster chick! this one eather has Lacy as dad or an Easter Egger!
Hello everyone, today I will be showing you how I keep track of what day of incubation it is. Keep in mind this doesn’t work on all incubators. Step #1 Get out your incubator with all your eggs in it. Step #2 Get a dry erase marker. Any color the darker the better. Step #3 start writing the day, how many fertile eggs, how many more days, or anything like that. I do this instead of writing it down for reasons like.... Saving paper You can change it each day by just erasing it If...
Broody hens Ups: Broody hens, usually have better hatch rates than incubators do. You don’t have to raise the chicks and worry, about heat lamps. Or cleaning out a gross brooder box. You get to see the momma raise the chicks! Downs: You don’t get the hands on experience, you get when you hatch. You don’t get to raise the chicks. You don’t get any eggs, from the hen until the chick can be on its own. Incubators Ups: You get to have a hands on experience, with hatching chicks. You also...
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