I loaded up my incubator with about 28 frizzle eggs since the beginning of September, ad they were laid. The first one was due September 27th. He hatched without a problem, and he has been running around the brooder for about five days now. Today I went in to feed and water them, and I noticed his feathers were coming in and pointing OUT, away from his body! Since this is a Frizzle/Smooth cross, only about 50% of them have a chance of getting the gene. But the first to hatch was apparently one of the lucky ones! If you notice, his little wing feathers are definitely pointing out away from his body, instead of going straight back, or curving back to lay flat against his body. So he's definitely a little Frizzle, which makes him my first successfully hatched Frizzle chick! In the meantime, I'm quickly learning just how much Frizzle chicks are in high demand! I've got orders backed up all the way through the week of October 27th just for the EGGS! Lord only knows what will happen once I get enough incubator room to sell the living chicks!