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This is what I got and I attached it to the run walls with zip ties. I use 2, 5x10...
Are you free ranging the flock?
I live in SoCal where we get temps over 100 quite often from late June through August. Last year I got misters, after one of my birds succumbed to...
TSC strikes again!
Ok I apologize as I see you have a very arid climate, so IMO it is sucking the humidity out of your incubator. I live in SoCal and our humidity...
do you have a hydrometer to tell you what the humidity is outside your incubator?
Might be low outside humidity is sucking it out of your bator
you need more water surface area if you can't get it higher
What you need is a thermometer you can calibrate by sticking the probe into a glass of icewater. If it is reading right with the probe in icewater...
Yes it does sound like Mareks @Eggcessive @casportpony @azygous
Ideal temp is 99.5 lock down humidity 60% to 70%
Sorry for your loss to both of you. Fact of life, school of hard knocks, whatever you wish to call it it happens in this world of chickens....
Well you prob did :) some will start trying to crow at 4-5 weeks. They're more like squeaks than crows though
1 Gold Laced cockerel was thinking Wyandotte till I got to the legs, 2 is a cockerel not sure of breed 3 and 4 pullets not sure of breed
1 and 6 pullets
Parrot mode, lmao, good one, and cute
not sure how old they are but you might have a cockerel or two in those pictures. Based on comb size, 1 is a pullet 2 cockerel 3 and 4 cockerel maybe
Thank you :) He was a decent little guy. I could walk over and pick him up with out a squawk, but I already had a Orp roo so I rehomed him. He is...
:goodpost:Oh yes they will...you will wake up with peeps peeping at the foot of your bed!:lol:
I would call that cock-a-doodle stew