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24/7 Live video when my chicks hatch :-)

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Chicktalks, Oct 9, 2016.

  1. Chicktalks

    Chicktalks Just Hatched

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    Hi all - just to let you know that I have a new hatching project running and there is two days left so I have just set up the webcam again. For you guys on this forum it doesn't cost anything (normally I charge 3€ to cover streaming service cost). You just have to sign up as basic member (it's free) and sign in - then you can watch the hatching process live! (and follow it 24/7 if you can stay awake ;-)

    Just wanted to share my little project for all of you to have fun watching too (as I have taken so much knowledge from reading on this forum).

    cheers Michael

    link is http://www.chicktalks.com
    or my youtube channel ChickTalks

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  2. Chicktalks

    Chicktalks Just Hatched

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    Here we go :) Two chickens came out today! Waiting for more :)
     
  3. caw555

    caw555 Out Of The Brooder

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    how many eggs do you have in? chicktalks[​IMG]
     
  4. caw555

    caw555 Out Of The Brooder

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    I watched your videos on YouTube and I enjoyed them a lot.
    But just a quick question in your second day video what is the big black chick who keeps running in front of the camera?
     
  5. Chicktalks

    Chicktalks Just Hatched

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    Hi - the black/dark ones are "Swedish flower hens" (my best translation :) Attached picture is what they will grow into.

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  6. Chicktalks

    Chicktalks Just Hatched

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    16 eggs - but it is a rather poor outcome, 5 chicks till now and 1 more on its way out. Just moved the camera to the brooder - try logging in on chicktalks.com and take a look - they are soooo sweet :)
     

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