accidentally dropped button egg D:

Ducklove334

Off to another pond
11 Years
Nov 4, 2008
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Virginia
while turning my eggs, i accidentally dropped my button egg


it shattered, and inside a tiny baby, little heart beating
, I waited until the tiny thing got cold, the heart stopped beating, and i threw it away



I'm sooo mad at myself, but I know that Quailbert(the male) isn't a dude, I'm going to set the four eggs inthe cage, and try again.
 

Bettacreek

Crowing
11 Years
Jan 7, 2009
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39
288
Central Pennsyltucky
Think of it this way, you've got your dropped egg under your belt, now you shouldn't worry about dropping any others, at least for awhile, lol. Now's the time to order special eggs in, you're less likely to drop one of them now that you've got your drop in.
I was expecting to drop my curly egg, but didn't, so I'm wondering when and what I'm going to drop.
 

Ducklove334

Off to another pond
11 Years
Nov 4, 2008
1,449
2
169
Virginia
what would REALLY kill me is if I dropped the mallard egg


I'd never forgive myself for killing that baby, seeing as how in about a week and a half, it'll be here!..

I've already dropped two of the RIR eggs we got at auction, luckily, there was nothing in either of them.
 

muscovy94

Songster
11 Years
Nov 11, 2008
912
11
189
Vicksburg, MS
Yes I know you must feel horrible, but like monarc23 said, we've all done it one time or another. I did it a few weeks ago on a duck egg I was incubating. I felt HORRIBLE!! But atleast your egg wasn't that far along so it didn't suffer. This one time, I hatched some bobwhite quail, and i had like four out of their box, and I didn't see one, and I sat on him and killed him. I felt REALLY REALLY BAD.


But don't worry, I'm sure everyone on here has done it before.
 

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