how long before I can incubate my fertile frizzle eggs?

Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by Tsagirl, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. Tsagirl

    Tsagirl Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 9, 2007
    Does anyone know? [​IMG]
    My hens started laying about 2 weeks ago and every egg I crack is fertile...when should I do the "deed" and put them in the incubator for babies?? [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    I am so excited!
  2. ozark hen

    ozark hen Living My Dream

    Apr 4, 2007
    Mansfield, MO
    collect them for three days or so and put them in the 'bator. Depends on how many you want and how many hens you have laying. Woo Hoo we will want to see pics of the new hatchlings [​IMG]
  3. therealsilkiechick

    therealsilkiechick ShowGirl Queen

    Jul 18, 2007
    Northwestern, pa
    i collect mine for a week and put them in at once.
  4. Tsagirl

    Tsagirl Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 9, 2007
    Oh that is so exciting! I will be putting them in the incubator tomorow!! I am gonna go dust off the hova I have and start it up!! Wow my very own babies!
    The males are 1 Buff Silke and 1 White Silke
    in the hens I have :
    2 black conchin frizzles
    1 NN conchin frizzle
    1 Partridge silke
    1 buff silke
    I also have one white silke, but I don't think she is even laying yet. LOL! and she is soooo very small compared to the others, but eats like there is no tomorow! haha!

    So tomorow is good?
    I will have almost a dozen by the time I put them in!!!!

    Wish me luck![​IMG]

  5. eggzettera

    eggzettera Chillin' With My Peeps

    [​IMG] I thought it wasn't advisable to hatch out young pullets first few months eggs? Thought they not laying to size yet.....
  6. Tsagirl

    Tsagirl Chillin' With My Peeps

    Dec 9, 2007
    I hear a lot of things around here too....... though I am still confused, but I know these ladies have been hatching their own eggs for a while so I really trust them. [​IMG][​IMG]
    Please everyone keep your fingers crossed for me....I would love to have babies from my very own flock!

    See I am not spossed to have roosters here, but the boys just started crowing and it is still small and weak and only in the morning time. I will probably have to get rid of them when they are up to their full crowing, but right now I am enjoying the fertile eggs!

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