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Very nice job on the incubator. But you should know, a while back someone posted a warning
about rough service bulbs. They are coated...
Mine start 20 to 24 weeks.
Duane Urch has them. His phone number is 507-451-6782 call between 7 & 9 p.m.
He's in Owatonna Mn.
This post is right on. I agree with you completly.
No you don't need to heat your coop. What I use for water, is a metal base heater purchased at Fleet Farm. Each of my coops has one.
In past years...
You don't need heat in your coop, unless you have young chicks. The only heat I use is for water.
What magazine? I didn't see the name.
I use wood shavings, but add shredded paper because I've got it. Shredded paper alone would be
You could contact Duane Urch. I think he's judging there, and he has whites.
507-451-6782 call between 7:00p.m. and 9:00p.m. central time.
Cochins, were one of the foundation stock in most of our dual purpose breeds. I'm seeing cushions in some of my buckeyes too.
Take the eggs, this is way to late unless you were in the South or have a fully heated coop.
The most trouble free I've used, is a metal base heater. They have a factory set thermostat only
turns on when needed. They cost around $40...
That is a cockerel.
By potential they're talking about maximum size. Their is some truth to this.
I take it to mean large body, small legs.
Welcome, from Minnesota.
The best flyers I've owened, were Hamburgs.
Are you planning getting chicks or adult birds? How many do you plan on having?
Welcome to the forum, Many breeds do well in Minnesota. My personal favorites are Buckeyes.
Where are you located?