I havent posted all summer but I have been very busy. I hatched 17 peachicks so far with a few more eggs in the incubator. One died at a day old that was very weak. So I have 16 chicks, two white, seven pied, and 7 IB/DP. This has been my best season yet with more than twice as many chicks as last year. I also hatched like 50 guineas who are a huge handfull and raised chickens and peasants. I lost a whole brooder of guineas (around 25) to some disease as well as more than half of the pheasants, thankfully we managed to stop it from spreading after that and did not lose all the all of the chicks. I am also dealing with leg problems in one of my peacocks. I know this all sounds bad but I am very happy that I was able to stop whatever it was that was killing them. Sulmet is a miracle worker, it is an antibacterial water treatment that says on the bottle that it treats for Coryza, Coccidiosis, Fowl cholera and pullorum but it seems to work for everything thing my birds catch. It saved my chicks.