My broody has inconsiderate timing.

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InsaneBreeder

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9 Years
Feb 12, 2010
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Kurtistown, Hawaii
My frizzled bantam cochin had been absolutely refusing to go broody and would not sit on the eggs I gave her, so I went to the trouble of building an incubator. Several days later, the extreme temperature changes outside the incubator caused the temperature to spike to 110 degrees and fryed all the eggs I had collected (and it took me a while to collect them because the hen lays every other day). Of course, the next day, the frizzle goes broody, when she could have just hatched the eggs herself and saved me a lot of effort
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Why does she have to do this to me?
 
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Because chickens like you to appreciate their worth
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Sorry your frustrated... but hey at least you have a broody AND an incubator now? I sense multiple hatches coming along
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