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Oh yes. What color eggs?
Only this one looks viable.
Golden laced Cochin bantams. $20 for six eggs shipped from Florida to Minnesota. Not a bag price at all, I've just never spent over $5 for a chick.
I hope she makes it. Most expensive chick I've ever owned.
Thank you JaeG! So if I see veins it's alive.... Or at least more potentially alive.
If an egg dies it'll get a ring even after day 7?
They are two different eggs. The one egg has a clear black line and veins. Hard to photograph.
Shoot where'd my pics go?
It's day 14. These eggs look not what I'm used to. Two different eggs. One has a black blob and no discernable veining. And the other isn't moving...
This post! It's so hard. I want to candle them so much. I'm on day 21 and no pip.
So if I only sell to other Minnesotans, I don't need to be npip certified? I just was hoping to hatch eggs and sell off extras not make a career...
Thank you! From searching online that's what I thought but know very little about electricity.
It makes you choose either 110 or 220 when adding it to the cart.
I believe I should get the 110 because that's the same as the outlets here in America right?[ATTACH]
I used wing nuts once to rewire the heating element in our oven otherwise electrical stuff eludes me.