Hatching Complete w/Updated Pics

Heidi

Songster
12 Years
Mar 18, 2007
1,084
4
184
Northwest Michigan
I would have to say the egg carton hatching method does work quite well. IMO I had a 70% hatch rate and mind you that these eggs were in shipping for 3 days w/ temps in the teens at night and 20's during the day. I ended up with 8 blrw (from blisschick) and 10 blue andalusians (from E-bay).
I post a pic of all of them later today.




The first 4 born - 3 blrw and 1 blue andy
 
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Heidi

Songster
12 Years
Mar 18, 2007
1,084
4
184
Northwest Michigan
Here's a few all fluffed up and stuff. Mind you they don't hold very still for pics. The group shot was a huge blur so I didn't post it.
Splash Blue Andalusian (3 hatched)

Blue Andy (6 hatched)

Black Andy (1 hatched)

Blue Lace Red Wyandotte (3 different shades w/ 8 hatched)
 

living2ride

Songster
11 Years
Feb 17, 2008
179
1
131
Illinois
Awww! So sweet! I love the blrw. I'll have to add them to my ever-growing list of eggs I MUST have.
Yay chickies!
 

orlandoluv1

Songster
11 Years
Mar 20, 2008
204
0
129
spring valley , CA
awww they are soooo cute! they all look really good. once i invest in a larger bator im thinking i might try the carton method it seems to be working for a lot of people. any hoo CONGRATULATIONS!
 

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