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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by adiekaty, Sep 10, 2013.
YIPEEEEEE!!!! super excited!! Its lockdown day here in Katy Tx.
Good luck with the hatch! Hope you wind up with lots of cute little Serama chicks!
Hope to see pics!!!! I love hatching seramas!! I have some serama eggs on the way myself.
BUGGLESMOMMY:::: Im so nervous, the more i research, the more i freak myself out. Im totally new to this, but did hatch a few cream leg bars, last week, after 2 failed incubator mishaps.. that was exciting.. but the seramas i hear are a bit harder.. and aren't the easiest.. but i have every finger and toe crossed.. lol I will need to open the bator slightly, to add water.. im open for any tips.. i see your from Louisiana, so our weather is the same.. maybe what wks for u, is the same for me...
btw, i grew up in Slidell.. WHO DAT! )
I've read that serama eggs are harder to hatch, but I have hatched them 3 times so far and never personally had an issue. I normally incubate at 100 degrees and 35 humidity and 65 humidity at hatch.
I hope to get some hens from this upcoming batch! First hatch I had 2 eggs and got 1 hen, 1 rooster.
The second batch I got ONLY roosters . I have 4 chicks from my last batch and I'm really hoping 3/4 will be pullets, though can't say for certain yet. 1 is definitely a cockerel. I'm getting 30 eggs shipped so hopefully with a large number of eggs, I can have some girls.
Here is my girl from my first hatch, though at 9 months old has yet to lay...
Congrats on the legars!!!! I REALLY want some.
Question, I saw on a post your eggs came from NC.... Bheps eggs?
Yep. She is awesome..
and thank you for the info very good to know on the Hatching!!
Haha! Yup. My 2nd serama hatch was from her as well as the 30 eggs on the way now! Our seramas will be related.