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My first attempt at hatching

Discussion in 'Quail' started by RustysRanch, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. RustysRanch

    RustysRanch Hatching

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    So my first attempt at hatching produced 3 out of 5 so far. I only have 1 Breeding pair at the moment and this is what I got. Is it normal to have the color variation from the same pair?
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    Last edited: Jan 3, 2017

  2. ChickenGrass

    ChickenGrass Songster

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    Hi there and :welcome
    Congratulations on the hatch!
    What breed are the pair?
    If they are both purebreds and both the same colour/variation
    Of that breed then the chicks should all be the same colour.
    If you post a picture of the pair we might be able to help you with breed
    And if they are different colours or not.
    Goodluck,
    Fionn.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2017
  3. Nyla

    Nyla Crowing

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    May I have details on your incubation?
    -Humidity
    -Temp
    -Incubator
    -any details
     
  4. RustysRanch

    RustysRanch Hatching

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    Finished at 60
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    Brinsea ova-easy advance
     
  5. RustysRanch

    RustysRanch Hatching

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  6. samsom

    samsom In the Brooder

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    Preaty birds! Congrats!!
     
  7. Binki

    Binki Songster

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    Grats on your hatch :D

    I don't have much experience with this but it's possible, your striped ones look your classic brown/wild type pharaoh like the parents and the blonde ones could be mostly white, Italian, possibly silver? (I've never hatched those) and probably some other colors too :D

    It will be interesting to see what they turn into!
     

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