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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by LarryPQ, Oct 27, 2011.
Quote:Oh my gosh I'm sorry! I could take him in a few more years, mine have grown/gone and don't clean stalls anymore. I hope your eggs weren't "fried"
Wow wow wow. Sounds like many people are having some egg adventures and the NYD hatch hasn't even started!
I thought it started today, glad it doesn't as I don't have my eggs yet!
I live in a town so small there is NO residential mail service! I have my mailing address in another town at my cabin but usually have packages delivered to my sister's house. I'm actually off to drive an hour to pick the eggs up as she is out of town and they are sitting in the mailbox, hopefully not frozen, it's like 24 degrees and I think they've been there since 3... I hope they have been there since 3, online tracking says they have been... we will see. Adventure!
Quote:Pfft, don't feel lonely, I'm the only one in the Southern Hemisphere on the map!
Quote:Hmmm not sure I want a naughty 4yo boy, I think I'll pass. Good news is the eggies should be fine. They take quite a while to warm up and 103.8 isn't that bad. One of my still air 'bators is actually supposed to run at 103 according to the instructions. I'm sure they will be fine.
Okay, I'm in. This will be my first attempt ever at incubating eggs.
Hatch on! I need to plug in more incubators. Deb
I sure they'll be ok... I just about *died* when I saw the temp, and the little imp grinning at me.... Cielo I too live in a small town. the delivery dude called me to tell me that he left the eggs at the door today.
Gotta love a small town! Good luck with your eggs.
I am officially in, just filled out the form.
Quote:So glad you found us!!!!
What ya hatchin'?