hinkjc

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I have moved most of the chicks to the brooder to make room in the hatcher from the remaining eggs that are still trying to hatch. I think we did pretty well considering we lost power for at least 6 hours on day 10 of incubation. I hope you all enjoy.











 

hinkjc

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I am so happy it turned out well. We're up to 80 chicks from 98 eggs I believe.
 

hinkjc

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NO, but they do keep multiplying huh? LOL

Jody
 

hinkjc

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Yes, there are bantam silkies, ameraucana and pyncheons in there too.

Jody
 

Rte.66_chicks

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What a gorgeaous sight! All those little fuzzy chicks! At this point all I THINK I want is a flock of 15-20 layers, but this place is working on that! I'm going to have to come up with good justification for including a roo and either letting hens hatch & raise chicks or getting an incubator. Thanks for all the enablement, everyone!!
 

Tuffoldhen

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They are very nice Jody, Awsome that many made it, gives the rest of us hope......That reminds me I need some new Buff blood added!!....lol I'll be Pming you late Spring for some...
 

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