Artificial Insemination....

wendy

On the Hill
12 Years
Jun 14, 2007
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169
central louisiana
i have never seen AI for sell for chickens
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but i had to post to this because hubby says he wants to AI the goats
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wendy
 

wendy

On the Hill
12 Years
Jun 14, 2007
1,683
6
169
central louisiana
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just kidding!
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kind of funny though
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edited to say : we no longer have a rooster, maybe you could sell the "stuff"

wendy
 
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Smoky73

Lyon Master
14 Years
Feb 8, 2007
1,618
23
274
Colorado
If I do it right, I see fertile eggs the next day. I have had poor luck with fertility in my buff birds. Two years ago I had great luck, last year nothing unless I AI'd them. I chalked up the year prior to the hens not being as fluffy. However, I now notice the same rooster is getting his job done, so I am leaning toward him to be a fall breeder, not spring. Weird huh? Maybe I should set some eggs....
 

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Songster
11 Years
Mar 12, 2008
2,581
17
203
USA
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Sorry...I'd pay good money to see this!!!!!!!!!!!!
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We have bronze and white broad breasted turkeys...I was waiting for them to start mating when marlinchaser broke it to me that only AI would work as they are too big to mate....I asked my husband if he would, "assist." And hie reply was, "process, process, process!" LOL!!!!!!!!!!
 

Poulets De Cajun

Crowing
11 Years
Jun 14, 2008
5,251
95
309
Houston MetroMess, Texas
Its rather easy, and not at all what you would think. I was given a demonstration the other day at the show. You basically rub the Roo down his back briskly a few times, then squeeze near his vent and the baby juice comes out. You take that, rub the hen the same way, squeeze hear her vent and rub or inject the baby juice into the oviduct. Not at ALL what I was expecting!!! And not NEARLY the equipment I had envisioned....
 

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