My EE flock will be 26 weeks old...pullets not laying yet - but

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by Kelly G, Oct 21, 2010.

  1. Kelly G

    Kelly G It's like herding cats!

    The roos (cockrels) are putting on their "moves" for the ladies. If I were a pullet, I'd be impressed!

    Anyway, I just purchased a Brinsae inculbator, and would love to practice with some of my own eggs (eventually, I'd love to buy REALLY NICE quality eggs to hatch some high quality birds, but I think I need to practice hatching on something that costs less than $20/dozen - I'm pretty sure there is a learning curve, here!)...but my EE pullets are not yet laying.

    Once they start to lay, how long until I can try and hatch some of my own?

    Here are a couple of photos from a few weeks back - the boys are quite handsome!!!

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    ....and one photo of the ladies:
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  2. Dixiedoodle

    Dixiedoodle Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 14, 2007
    don't fret too much.. My EE were 30 and 32 weeks old when they laid their first eggs.. It was well worth the wait... Beautiful girls..
     
  3. Sierra pachie bars

    Sierra pachie bars Queen of the Lost

    Nov 8, 2008
    EE's are late bloomers. But once they lay watch out ! I love EE's. They were always my best layers. And friendly too.
     

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