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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by ronott1, Nov 10, 2015.
I borrowed this one from a coworker.
my pops is collecting his for me to hatch. He's testing his New roo. The chicks should be olive eggers!
Cool! I love the olive eggers and EEs. I really like the different egg colors. The ones I'm hatching are mixed barnyard eggs.
Call eggs set... maybe more tomorrow...
I prefer Ideal too. Usually good, had one bad experience, they sent me all of the chicks that I needed replaced.
Man, seeing all of these duck eggs ~ makes me think, maybe I want a duck. Just need more land. Very pretty.
I just hatched a bunch of EE's and OE's. Love how they change soo much from the day they hatch, then there's those eggs!
Yea I was always excited when I saw a green egg in the nest box. Then my poor hen was eaten by a coyote or raccoon. I still have the roster that was with her. He is the boss of all of the chickens.
Calls don't take up much space... they're tiny, lol...
I am hatching from my own! I have barred rock, white rock, black fethered leg cross of some sort, blue americana, wheaten americana, and wellsummer. For roosters i have a Barred rock, blue americana, wheaten americana, welsummer, and a barred rock/ well summer as a test on making Welbars. The eggs I will put in will all be barn yard blends because I currently do not have them separated. I had 2 months of NO eggs. I figured they stopped for molting. Well, after too much time passed, I changed things up. I got extra calcium. I am treating for worms and cocci (we saw blood in poop....AGAIN). I also put lights in their coops 24/7. It took a couple weeks but it started with one egg, then 3 eggs, then 5, 7, 8, and it is still going up. So, that is what is going on here. I live in central NH...no so yet...YAY!