God help me -- I've got 25 button quail eggs en route.

Denninmi

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10 Years
Jul 26, 2009
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I must be nuts. I've got 6 turkeys, 5 ducklings, and 6 chicks about 2 weeks old.

This will be it for the year, though. It is sort of addicting to hatch things.
 

TennesseeTruly

Songster
10 Years
Mar 5, 2009
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BAHAHAHAHAHAHA Famous last words!! Last year I started with one lonely rooster who was dumped on my property. This year I have approximately 50 chickens, 50 ducks, 16 geese, 16 guineas and a whole lotta things hatching.......


AND 25 Button Quail eggs on their way to me!!! ROFL!!!!

Addicting?? Nah!

Good luck!!

Laurie
 

Plain_View_Farm

Songster
11 Years
Apr 5, 2008
502
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Central Virginia
It for the year huh?
Famous last words....
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Once you see those tiny little fuzzy butts running around you will be in deeper than you ever thought possible.
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KimberlyJ

Songster
9 Years
Jun 13, 2010
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I'm new here...waiting on 6 chicks to arrive. But I already have 7 Button Quail. And I have to agree, once you start hatching things you just can't stop.
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crash0330

Songster
9 Years
Mar 11, 2010
1,212
20
163
Mecca, CA
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Yeah its addicting, you just have to find the minimum excuse to hatch even more, I have 48 eggs in the incubator right now, and I'm already thinking on what I'll be putting in as soon as I have the incubator free!!!
 

Terri O

Crowing
10 Years
Jan 2, 2010
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WI~chickening for 30 years!
Oh no....I just bought an incubator yesterday. I already have about 60 chickens lots of ducks and geese and one quail...oh oh--I sense trouble ahead for me!
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Oops--forgot about the turkeys and guineas in the basement....
 
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KimberlyJ

Songster
9 Years
Jun 13, 2010
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See how they sneek up on you...so easy to "forget" about those ones in the basement, or garage, or diningroom (who needs that room anyway). I limit myself by refusing to get an incubator but I betcha that one finds it way onto my Christmas List!
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Mrs. Fluffy Puffy

Fluffy Feather Farm
11 Years
Jan 26, 2010
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Texas, Panhandle
Buttons Are Addicting ... Very Addiciting! LOL
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I have a pair of buttons and I started saving eggs until I had 6 then I started incubating them. They were due to hatch yesterday, but didn't. But they are still trying to hatch.
Six days ago I started saving eggs again so I had 6 eggs the day the first batch of egg were suppost to hatch, so I stuck those in the bator + 8 Chicken Eggs.
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Now ... Tell me I'm Not Addicted to Buttons! ( And even if you do tell me, I won't believe you! LOL Ha ha!
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holachicka

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2010
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Folsom, CA
Oh it is so very addicting!!! I got 22 chickens, DH said no more birds, then I got 100 coturnix eggs, DH said, NO MORE BIRDS! then I got chikar eggs, DH said NO MORE, I MEAN IT! Now I have 30 butler bobwhites in the bator... And he's still saying no more! I'm such a bad wife... (of course I talk him into it before buying, I couldn't go around his back, I'd feel too guilty)
 

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