Missypipping
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May 27, 2018 at 5:35 AM
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Gender:
Female
Birthday:
July 23
Location:
Banner Elk, NC
Occupation:
Retired

Missypipping

Just Hatched, Female, from Banner Elk, NC

New to hatching, totally freaked out. Afraid I can't do this right! May 18, 2018

Missypipping was last seen:
Engaged in conversation, May 27, 2018 at 5:35 AM
    1. Missypipping
      Missypipping
      New to hatching, totally freaked out. Afraid I can't do this right!
    2. Missypipping
      Missypipping
      New to hatching eggs wish I knew enough to build some confidence.
    3. Missypipping
      Missypipping
      New to hatching and love my new babies to be.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    July 23
    Location:
    Banner Elk, NC
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Real Name:
    Missy P
    What’s your main reason for joining our community?:
    I'm brand new to hatching eggs. I've read a lot but after reading I find a different answer to the same questions. I haven't hatched even one egg. They were mostly hatched on different days I think one is popping but they're all in one incubator and i open it 3x's a day to turn. I've done the float test on eggs i assumed were old enough according to the candle test. The most recent i dated. How can I tell if these sweet babies have survived?
    I recently married and moved to beautiful Beech Mountain where my husband live to hike, swim, work in our yard, build things....we have a little fluffy black Multipoo pooch a ferocious 4 myth old grey kitten (shes sweet to us and the dog) and we've just adopted a precious 1y/o Brown Tick Hound Dog. I wanted some chickens so 6 or 7 mths ago we got 12 Silkie Bantams. One died shortly after we got it then 3 months later when they were enjoying free range everyone of the hens were picked off by something in the woods. So sad my hubby got me 2 Sebrights then 2 Reds so we could mate them. We're getting many eggs!!

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