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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by ronott1, Nov 10, 2015.
Crap I lost the cap
If you cannot find fertile eggs there's always Trader Joe's. At $2.99/doz it's a good Plan B.... And we know the ones in the LV area are fertile!
I checked the only Trader Joe's within 50-100 miles of my place (Spirit Lake, ID/Spokane, WA), no fertile hatching eggs. I wish I had those around here
I have fertile hatching eggs. Mixed flock, some will be olive eggers. I live in Spokane and travel to Rathdrum weekly.
Thank you, that's very nice of you. My white Ameraucanas finally started laying, so i "should" have about 8 eggs to incubate.
Over the summer I was wanting more hatching eggs and checked the trader Joe's on the south hill, only to be disappointed.
No problem. I just want to see what the babies look like. Haha I hatched 22 of my own eggs and a friend hatched 4 and all the chicks looked so different.
I just found out my supposedly Ameracauna turned out to be an EE. I want a full blooded Ameracauna. Anyone have any eggs?
I've been trying to find buff Ameraucana hatching eggs. This time of year it's hard to find Ameraucana breeders that have eggs.
I wish you the best of luck. I'll be lucky if I get 8 eggs for this hatch along from my girls.
Havent been on in a while, but had to share these cuties that are hatching now <3