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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Obyli, Sep 7, 2011.
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20 weeks old white leghorn hen.
Yup. Eggs should follow any day now!
I ordered some dummie eggs on ebay but it will arrive in 2 days so i deicide to put a small peach i got from my tree into the nesting box i made haha. Hopefully she lays tomorrow morning so i can have nice breakfest before the first day of school XD
Quote:That's hilarious! I am glad you captured that on video. Now...to see how patient you are.
Mine were squatting for 3 weeks before I saw an egg....hang in there
She is a quick squatter, mine all lay about staring at me expectantly and stomping, makes me uncomfortable to have to fake-hump them to make them quit.
Yep, that's at least the beginning of squatting. If you want to have some fun, scratch her back when she does that. My Rhodie will arch her feathers, arch her neck like a horse, arch her back and purr. After I scratch her she will often puff up and frill her feathers.
Quote:i know what you mean. My mom accused me of "flirting with the chickens".... haha
Here are a couple vids of my girls squatting.