Got My First....

thekid

Songster
9 Years
Jan 12, 2011
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Ford City, Pennsylvania
Well if it was a coturnix that layed at six weeks that is very common, just look at the sticky. And I wouldnt even try to incubate the six weeks old eggs since they are just starting to lay, I would wait probably another month or two.
 

Tikkajazz94

Songster
11 Years
Feb 7, 2008
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13
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Southern Alberta, Canada
Theres 4-5 roos in there. Its worth a shot right? what can it waste? $2 for the power, and time. Apparently, I need something to fill time
 
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The Critter Place

Songster
8 Years
Aug 13, 2011
1,416
5
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Tucson, Az.
There's a great post somewhere here on BYC that shows how to tell if they are fertile. It seems if you crack them open and see a tiny whitish bulls eye in the yolk they are fertile.

Does anyone know where it was to share a link for Tikkajazz to look at?
 

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