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What indicators do you look to in order to know it's a pullet?
The comb is very orange. I've never seen this orange of a comb.
Ohh, I hope you're correct. And it will be 8 weeks old tomorrow. Thanks!
Any thoughts on my 8 week old Whiting above?
This Whiting True Blue will be 8 weeks on Saturday. It is my first one. I have two more, but they are 5 weeks younger, and completely different...
I didn't think you were OT at all. I found the info very fascinating! The eggs in my incubator right now are not from my own flock , but I believe...
I am not trying to "kill" the cockerels, so much as avoiding it from beginning, as I do not like knowing birds are culled.
I hope this happens in my chicks!
Exactly what I said in my original post about hatcheries. As I mentored above also, I did turn my incubator up to recommended temp. Thanks so much...
Quite interesting about the Trader Joe's eggs.
What kind of chickens were they?
Is your prediction due to the fact that they were refrigerated?...
Yes, my new incubator is a Brinsea Ovation 28.
I did not know that about lower temps resulting in issues. I thought just later hatch date. Thanks for mentioning. I'm going to look into that,...
That is my suspicion as well, or it seems hatcheries and other financially invested folks would have succeeded in predominantly girl hatches by now.
Very interesting! I will update in a week.
LOL! So maybe NO!
I read a few things saying possibly eggs kept at around 40 degrees for about 4 days being more likely to hatch out females. Obviously not...
You don't think these new ones (circled) look like a boy?
I am away from home and only have this one that is recently taken of "his" new saddle feathers.
I posted the likely boy Pav back there too. What do you think?