Looking for fertilized eggs in Austin

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by TimL, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. TimL

    TimL New Egg

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    Hey everyone,

    I started my third flock this past winter of 5 buffs and one has already gone broody. She's getting up to eat, drink, poop & clean her feathers so I'm thinking I'd like to try letting her hatch some eggs.

    I'm looking for probably 4 or 6 eggs that may be fertilized so we can see how it turns out. Not worried about the breed, just looking for full sized birds.

    -Tim
     
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  2. sumi

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  3. TimL

    TimL New Egg

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    Thank you!

    I wasn't sure if I was posting in the right area, but there are so many sections to this website it's easy to get lost.
     
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    cmfarm Chillin' With My Peeps

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    You should try CL. There are lots of people with fertile eggs. Since you don't really care what they are you could really just ask anyone that you find selling eggs if they have a rooster with the hens.
     

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