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Followup post from 6/26 about unknown age eggs from my FIL.

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by bearz, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. bearz

    bearz Songster

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    I posted back then that he gave me some eggs from under his broody that kept laying. I candled some of them and they looked old enough to hatch so I put 2 right into the hatcher and the rest into the incubator. Tonight my hubby heard a peeping and sure enough, one of the ones in the hatcher came out! I think I better go candle the rest and maybe move a few more!

    I was just about to throw those 2 out. WHEW!

    YIPPIE!
     
  2. momma's chickens

    momma's chickens Songster

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    Congratulations! What breed are they?
     
  3. bearz

    bearz Songster

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    Should be white silkies. He had 3 silkies go broody.
     

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