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My Narragansett eggs are pipping!

Discussion in 'Turkeys' started by kiaya611, May 24, 2007.

  1. kiaya611

    kiaya611 Songster

    Mar 5, 2007
    Lebanon, OR
    I have 4 Narragansett eggs and 3 peafowl eggs in a hatcher. 3 of the Narragansett are just starting to pip. The others are not doing anything yet.

    I am going to have a full house again soon.[​IMG] The first time was a couple of months ago with 42 chicken chicks who are now in their coop outside. They were "supposed" to be a dozen!

    Now I have them, 6 PR of Bob White Quail in a pen outside, a peacock in a pen outside and looking for a peahen, 2 Brabanter chicken chicks in a brooder, 5 poults in a brooder. these in the hatcher and 12 Brababters and 12 guineas in an incubator. I have a PR is Sebastopol goslings on order.

    I still need to build a couple of more coops and pens...then I think I am done (at least for this year).

    I never start out small. [​IMG]


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