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Well, we can agree to disagree about LGs then. They have a bad rep for a reason.. I will positively recommend a Genesis over an LG. I have had a...
actually the 1st 2 hatches were not "tinkered" with. Just in it's own room. AND I liked it so much I bought a 2nd. So much for no repeat business....
I was not singling you out. It was the general vibe of the thread I was referencing .
before I let the girls do all of my hatching I used 2 LG's. And would again in a heart beat if I were to hatch Sumatra's to sell....
yeah I agree. Blues is my favorite music. Old or new if done right. And those boys from The Black Crowes really know how to make it work! Too bad...
that is clearly not a small amount of bleeding. I have always had roosters and have only seen this on eggs I obviously missed from the day before.
as far as I know it is genes for the meat spots. My girl didn't always lay eggs like that either. Just started one day, and not every one of her...
TOB I have one girl who has laid like that for a few years. She still does
that egg was sat on for a while. Hidden, buried, something. But that isn't a blood spot, that is development.
it is all of the names of all of the chickens I have never met [IMG]
ok, that is just confusing [IMG]
Sounds like they are having to figure it out for themselves. A pecking order war between the head hens and...
off the top of my head :
far too easy [IMG]
[MEDIA] lame song ;)
or better yet, if you want a key for that latch
it isn't lost.... just doesn't like to work. [IMG]
more dinner pics [IMG]