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Pretty sure this translates loosely into “GTFO”
You still don’t have hens, right?
Okay she has ten eggs in there and she feels Very Protective. Should I mark them?
My chickens have been around ducklings before and never bothered them and I have no roosters, but I’m wondering if it could be dangerous. Or if my...
Do you also have other birds with them?
Really? Do you just leave them be in the process? If not, how do you intervene/help?
Ooh very helpful thank you!
I very much do not want to deal with ducklings and I’ve heard Pekins aren’t great mothers. I have a you hatch it you deal with it rule here.
Okay, cool. I just kind of wanted to gauge whether or not the eggs are alive. I feel bad chucking them if they are but I know very little about...
Oh and I do have a drake, obviously, or this wouldn’t be an issue.
I really don’t know exactly how many days the nest was “empty” because I’m tired and have a bunch of human children and my brain sucks.
One of my Pekin hens has been hiding eggs from me. I noticed she was acting broody, which I thought was uncommon for Pekins. She didn’t come for...
My kids are eating everything the birds have to offer. I have five. Kids, that is.
It turned out great! I also always use olive oil as opposed to any other type of oil when I bake, so I sometimes short an egg in a recipe anyway....
I guess we’ll see how my cake comes out with the 1:2 I did.
Okay, so those are probably a bit smaller than my pekins, who are thicccc ladiez
Ooh that’s helpful. What breed?
Mine are Pekins. Maybe that’s why these things are monsters? They look like dinosaur eggs.
When baking, do you generally use one duck egg for every two chicken eggs the recipe calls for? Assuming you have non-call ducks.