My first Lavender & Buff Sebbie Babies!(new pics added)

tbitt

Songster
8 Years
Apr 28, 2011
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They are very cute, LOVE the pose!!!


I am fascinated by this "breed" of duck. I've read that they are not very fertile nor do they hatch well.

Where did you get these eggs to hatch? How long have you been hatching them?
 

Cottage Rose

Crowing
11 Years
Jun 24, 2008
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Thanks!

One more clutch of buffs and lavs incubating in the shed
under my buff goose "Peaches" with grey baby-daddy
"McGraw" standing guard outside.
Here's hoping a few more hatch out.

 

Cottage Rose

Crowing
11 Years
Jun 24, 2008
2,107
67
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Mid west Michigan
Quote:"Sebbies" (nickname) are Sebastopol Geese
and I've been breeding them since 2005.
I think some bloodlines are less fertile than others
but the last 2 years many breeders across the nation
have had poor hatches from everything from pigeons to geese.
Causes undetermined.
I use both incubators and setting hens to hatch them out.

 

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