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  1. NatJ

    Help With Broody

    It generally works better if you start a new thread for your question, instead of adding to an existing thread. For your eggs, there are many hens that never go broody, some hens that go broody only in the spring, and some hens that go broody frequently all year long. A hen goes broody when...
  2. NatJ

    Help With Broody

    Short answer: probably not. Long answer: Wing sexing usually means to tell fast feathering chicks from slow feathering chicks. In many breeds, all chicks are fast feathering. In some breeds, all chicks are slow feathering. In some breeds, chicks are a random mix of fast and slow feathering...
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