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Kiki

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Shizzle. @Pyxis I lost my place in this thread.
I'm going to try and catch up over the next couple of days and I want to respond to your genetics stuff but I don't understand the genetic stuff yet.
I have notes on what Zack's birds produce that I want to share with you once I find them.



Here are some of my Pansy fees.
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violajack

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Do you have calibrated thermometers and salt-tested humidity gauge?
I dropped the temperature calibration on the incubator and both thermometers I have agree that it's 99.5. I have no way to calibrate any better than that. They both have hygrometers that read 35%. I was mostly referring to the fact that I'm going to be more careful about seating the lid properly after lockdown this time.

Also, I found two more and they fit, so I'm up to 22. It's quite the egg hunt in the bigger house.
 

tacothechicken

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Ok so quail are now 7 weeks and chunky. But no eggs? I think goose and tiny may be boys but all 4?? They tend to eat the pigeons feed more than there own but I feel like that shouldn't affect them much since if anything it puts more wieght on them than their own feed.
 

Fenrisulfr

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Ok so quail are now 7 weeks and chunky. But no eggs? I think goose and tiny may be boys but all 4?? They tend to eat the pigeons feed more than there own but I feel like that shouldn't affect them much since if anything it puts more wieght on them than their own feed.
Check their vents, even if they don't foam, you should see the bulge.

Mine are also 7 weeks and the bulge at the male vents are clearly to see.
 

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