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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by ronott1, Nov 10, 2015.
ron, you let me know which contest.
So I guess I'm in too. Some might be early for hatch date.I had a coyote attach my ducks last night and am left with one pair of welsh harlequin ducks & 1 wounded hen. I will be pulling all my eggs from the fridge and whatever the last 2 can give me. How old can you hatch eggs that have been in the fridge? My ducks are molting and these eggs are 3-4 weeks old.
Oh, so sorry!!!
Dunno on the age/fridge part, but I wouldn't wait for the set date to pop those babies in... as soon as they warm up to room temp, I'd be setting them... for a good hatch!!
Thanks RavynFallen, i will be setting the friged eggs tomorow. Hoping the last pair will start back up soon!
Hope so too, but don't be surprised just in case they don't... trauma can cause them to not lay for a bit... :/
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Cold storage is not that bad for long term storage. One thing that may happen is a longer incubation time.
I hope they hatch!
Did you get the coyote problem sorted out?
Lets work on a random post contest.
I got your random post right here! Hahaha
Honestly I snorted when I wrote that. I'm tired and everything is funny.