Irine

Songster
8 Years
Oct 6, 2011
305
5
101
Los Angeles Area
Last year my started in December, but I have saw them breeding and that was in the beginning of this month, so normally in about 30 days I expect to see an egg
 

foulman007

Songster
9 Years
Dec 29, 2010
393
9
113
Columbia SC
Mine were off playing the laying game just before dusk tonight. But I couldn't see well enough in the dark to find an egg. Last year they did not lay until mid January . But the weather is much cooler this year.
 

foulman007

Songster
9 Years
Dec 29, 2010
393
9
113
Columbia SC
It's been a very busy year. Hopefully things will slow down and I will have time to hatch a bunch of new babies. I have 3 girls that are ready to start breeding and their mom who is laying ,somewhere. A new huge male who booms all night looking for them girls. I will keep them apart a bit longer. A question for ya why do my males strut and boom but not my females. And yes I am sure of their sexes.
 

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