*CHICKS are HERE!!!* Egg Candling Pics: Progression Though Incubation

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by silkiechicken, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. CountryJohn

    CountryJohn In the Brooder

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    Thanks for the information:)
     

  2. Meleda3

    Meleda3 In the Brooder

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    Great Pics! Thanks for sharing. I started my first incubator hatch project today with Turkey eggs. I hope I am as successful as you.
     
  3. countrychix

    countrychix Songster

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    Love this thread! We're on our second hatch now and you have so much information, I keep returning time and again. This is the best I have found anywhere. Thank you.
     
  4. MareeZoCool

    MareeZoCool Songster

    [​IMG] Awesome photos! Such cute fuzzy butts![​IMG] Thank you for sharing!
     
  5. suzpyoung

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    This morning I set my second batch since having this wonderful information. I cannot tell you (again) how valuable it's been to me!!
     
  6. mandyp

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    I'm new here & have just been reading everything here. I am so glad I saw those pics. I have never let my hens set before, & I have a little hen that is insanely broody. I let her set an egg 2 1/2weeks ago to pacify her. I candled it today & wasn't sure what I was seeing. It looked black & I thought the eggs was bad. i left it with her anyway.I'm glad I did. It matches your pics perfectly.. Thanks!!
     
  7. ducklover101202

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    Awsome pictures! I am hatching duck eggs. It is day 12 tomorrow. Congrats on the hatch![​IMG]
     

  8. Crazy Chicken Fever

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    That is just AWESOME! Thanks for sharing. Beautiful photos, my little ones will really enjoy seeing these picutres.
     
  9. OMLET1237

    OMLET1237 Hatching

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    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A CHICKEN PUSHES IT'S EGGS AWAY??[​IMG]:cd
     
  10. woods5string3

    woods5string3 Hatching

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    Wow!

    I am new to this. I am inqusitive to every aspect of chickens. This is enlightening. I have read a bit about candling. What is the best light, and best equipment for this procedure? I have at least one rooster, possibly two (not sure yet). Lisa and I are just trying to enjoy pet chickens, and whatever benefits they may have.

    -Woody
     

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