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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Sally Sunshine, Apr 20, 2016.
Wow that is a lot of eggs! So most of them are Naked Necks? Post photos of them when they hatch.
Most should be Naked necked, there will be a few that turn out fully feathered though, especially the Polish crosses.
My meat birds got sniped last night! I "had to" order a bantam Cochin! So I hope that one arrives safely! It should get along with my Serama chicks!
if you only set yesterday you should be ok setting them upright! heat sinks and wrapping it can help.....
HEAT SINKS/ Stones/Pebbles ADD THEM TO STYRO! post #43903
SEE link for tons of info! https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/incubating-w-friends-helpful-notes-links-informational-post-links
AND see if these help you out too!
HELPING OTHERS INCUBATION QUESTIONS w/answers post #85688
HUMIDITY Humidity is NOT a set number!
Its a tool to get the correct weight loss in the egg! post #7068 see Hatching Eggs 101
WHY do we need less humidity to get the best weight loss for colored hatching eggs during incubation? post #36320
KEEPING MOLD and BACTERIAL from growing in water WELLS during incubation post #1644
Humidity pumps DIY ETC post #79960
TIPS n TRICKS to raising humidity in incubators post #42512 Humidity pumps DIY ETC post #79960
Holy smokes!! you need visine lol
There is always room for one more chick. I just got three LF Cochins the other day.
Shake, Rattle, and Role!!! These ducks eggs are rockin'!!! Two pips so far!
Post photos when they hatch!