hen chicks intestine out

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by abrarjazz, Mar 5, 2017.

  1. abrarjazz

    abrarjazz New Egg

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    Hello everyone,
    My chicks hatched late they were over broody and its been 25 days since the eggs begin to start piping,
    The egg shell were broken not due to piping but i guess do the air the startes getting to comeout, when I decided to take out the chicks manually their intestines were out, most of them were same 3 died already after few hours of hatch, please let me know where the hatch went wrong as the chicks were alive inside and the intestine were out pls help
     
  2. N F C

    N F C doo be doo be doo Premium Member

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  3. redsoxs

    redsoxs Chicken Obsessed

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    Greetings from Kansas and [​IMG]! Please you joined our community! I concur with what NFC advised. Hope you find the answers you seek. Best wishes and thanks for joining BYC!
     
  4. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    Was it chick intestines or the attached egg sac that is absorbed?
     
  5. Pork Pie Ken

    Pork Pie Ken Monkey Business Premium Member

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    Hi and welcome to BYC. Hope the link given by NFC will provide some help.

    Best wishes
    CT
     
  6. Teila

    Teila Bambrook Bantams Premium Member

    G’Day from down under abrarjazz [​IMG] Welcome!

    I too am sorry to hear of your losses and hope that the folks on the Incubating & Hatching Forum are able to assist.
     
  7. BantyChooks

    BantyChooks Go Habs Go Premium Member

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    Welcome!

    Intestines out means you assisted much too early. You were saying they were under a broody? In general, broodies are best left alone to do their thing.
     

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