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Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by BackSwampGirl, Sep 15, 2009.
Probably it's not your eggs. End of summer means end of hatching season for a lot of folks. It gets chilly at night now which means you have to keep the chicks in the house or run heat lamps in the coop/barn, the first is a pain & the second kinda dangerous.
I have quail hatching in 4 days, after that no more hatching until spring. Last winter I had a couple of hatches & kept the chicks in the house until feathered out. Took weeks to clean all that fine dust off of everything!
What eggs? What kind are they?