Double Yolker Day 17 And Alive!

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Scott214, Aug 1, 2018.

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  3. Heckel & Jeckle

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  4. Gidget & Bridget

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  5. Chick & Ken

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  6. Green Eggs & Ham

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  7. Apollo & Artemio

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  10. Nervous & Wreck

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  1. SweetTea&Chicks

    SweetTea&Chicks Songster

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    I'll be watching :caf:pop
     
  2. GoldenChooks

    GoldenChooks Crowing

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    So cool I've never heard of one hatching before! This is amazing and I hope everything goes well. What I'm wondering is how BOTH are going to internally pip let alone externally... Can't wait to see this!:pop
     
  3. ChickNanny13

    ChickNanny13 Crossing the Road

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  4. BreanneRN

    BreanneRN Songster

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    Hoping for a good hatch!!! :fl:jumpy:pop
     
  5. Scott214

    Scott214 Crowing

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    Thank everyone for support! It’ll start getting exciting Friday-Sunday!
     
  6. KikiLeigh02

    KikiLeigh02 Free Ranging

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    :fl Good luck!!!!
     
  7. Scott214

    Scott214 Crowing

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    I feel lik the hardest part of this whole thing will be the waiting aspect!:he:fl:hit
     
  8. wheresbigfoot

    wheresbigfoot Songster

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    :pop how exciting :pop

    I can't wait to see more pictures and see updates .. :fl happy healthy hatching vibes :fl

    I've never seen one make it this far .. actually not sure I've seen fertile ones! Only had a few that we cracked into the pan before we had any males:D




     
  9. Scott214

    Scott214 Crowing

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    I’m surprised mine has! From being transferred from a hen to the bator. All the odds are against them but hopefully miracles will happen!
     

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