It is drying up pretty quickly. I’m going to let her stay in the incubator for a few more hours and then move her in with the rest with some type of quarantine. Thanks for your response. The cup is a good idea.
This little guy just hatched out and I’m not sure how to handle the exposed yolk sac. I couldn’t find info online or on YouTube so I am lost. It is acting fine but I don’t want to put it with the others as I assume they will peck the yolk sac. Any help would be most appreciated.
I have an Easter Egger who is probably 6 now. Everyone else is under 3. I’ve been raising my own this year for the first time. I have 5 four-week old oliver eggers and 5 more that hatched out yesterday.
Hello all - I'm new to this group.
(1) Are you new to chickens / when did you first get chickens? I've had chickens for over 10 years now.
(2) How many chickens do you have right now? 16 adults, 5 babies, and 15 eggs in the incubator. I usually keep between 15 and 30 chickens.