NOT POSSIBLE. Can't be real! Is this a bullseye?

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by aubreynoramarie, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. aubreynoramarie

    aubreynoramarie designated lawn flamingo

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    Sure I have a roo. Petey! The most sorryest rooster ever ( well except when he is valiently battling raccoons!). Anyway my girls won't let him even begin to think about going any further than his pathetic excuse for a wing dance. (seizure? Muscle spasm?) even if they did accept him, (THEY WOULDN'T DARE!) I don't see how he could mount them. Theyre so fat an he's so tiny and.. Umm.. Dainty.

    Okay cutting to the chase, is this a bullseye? The color does not exactly ring true on my camera phone. There is a second very faint pale ring around the dark spot. I have not ever once looked for bullseyes, but this was noticable enough that when I cracked another egg into the pan it immediately caught my eye. What do you experts say? Please don't say it's possible that there may e little peteys running around someday. I don't think my achy break-y heart would understand [​IMG]

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    I AM PETEY, HEAR ME ROAR!

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  2. tinychicky

    tinychicky Chillin' With My Peeps

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    those showgirls are sneaky, huh? [​IMG]
     
  3. Chickenaddict

    Chickenaddict Chillin' With My Peeps

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    It is indeed a bullseye! [​IMG] Go Petey Go
     
  4. aubreynoramarie

    aubreynoramarie designated lawn flamingo

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    Really? OH LORD. I know who's egg this was too.

    I am going to have a talk with her about being nicer to me or I'll let the whole flock know she had a one night stand with PETEY. she will NEVER be able to live that down!
     
  5. DvanderSlik

    DvanderSlik Out Of The Brooder

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    Quote:[​IMG]
     
  6. ranchhand

    ranchhand Rest in Peace 1956-2011

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    [​IMG] Way to go Petey!
     
  7. crazypetlady

    crazypetlady Chillin' With My Peeps

    YEAH!!!! you go boy:clap:clap:clap
     
  8. suki'smom

    suki'smom Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hahaha that's is too funny! I once had a Sultan Bantam Rooster successfully fertilize the eggs of a Mature Black Jersey Giant Hen. If the male is determined enough, someday someone will say yes lol (he may have slipped something in her feed though [​IMG] )
     
  9. spikennipper

    spikennipper Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The eggs don't look fertile to me, the edges aren't defined enough and the white disc should be a perfect circle with a dot in the middle and a lighter perfect circle around it, it should also be larger than your pics show, If you have never seen Petey successfully mount a hen either then chances are slim, you say they don't let him near them?! is he with them 24/7? how old is he and how long has he been with them? only other thing is to incubate the eggs for a few days to check fertility.
     
  10. al6517

    al6517 Real Men can Cook

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    I also think it's not fertile, I can't see the definition in the circle that would tell me beyond a shadow of dought, it just seems a little very iffy, sorry.
     

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