Grow along!

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by tacothechicken, Feb 3, 2019.

  1. tacothechicken

    tacothechicken Songster

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    Hey guys so since I'm going to be getting some hatchery chicks to raise up and sell rather than keep for 1st time ever! imma post updates from post office arrival to adoption attempt under our wanna be Broody orpington to general going ons such as any flock integration, and Interaction as the chicks live their cute little lives!
    They hatch Tommorrow and should be here Wednesday if shipped morning of, from past live bird deliveries exerience. I'll note any death or issues I may find and review the hatchery they came from :) hope you'll all follow along whith me! I may also post updates on my current pigeon clutch should they hatch successfully!
     
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    Here's our 5 eggs from our Cochin, buff orp and possibly a NHR sired by our EE roos. Due to hatch the 7thsorry I didnt clean the eggs before putting them in XD
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  3. N F C

    N F C is it nap time yet?

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    Best of luck with your hatch!
     
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    Order has been shipped! My meyer hatchery order is on it's way guys! I'll let you know what happens :)
     
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    N F C is it nap time yet?

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    Exciting!
     
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    Moved 2 of our incubation eggs to test out our still air incubator, my hydrometer and theirs dont agree but I believe it's due to different placing in incubator and they're only off by a few degrees 98.5 to 99 and 58% to 61% We'll see how it goes :)
     

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