Pennsylvania!! Unite!!

Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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  2. patrickschick

    patrickschick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The NPIP sub class for backyard flock owners is Sub part E on page 35 of the NPIP book
     
  3. Lilbrownie

    Lilbrownie Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sally I'm planning on attending as long as I have a babysitter for the kids don't think they want a 4 yr old n a 19 month old there helping!!
     
  4. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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    would be nice if I HAD A BOOK to refer to!! LMAO!
     
  5. Sally Sunshine

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  6. Gardeningmama

    Gardeningmama Chillin' With My Peeps

    Oh STOP![​IMG]
     
  7. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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    PENTAMOMMASITA!!! if you ever come back to BYC!! you FBooker you!!!


    https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/hatching-eggs-101


    Is it Fertile or Infertile?


    To check the fertility, simply break an egg in a bowl. Find the white spot on the yolk. If you do not, use a spoon to gently flip the yolk over until you find it.
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    If the egg is fertile, the white mark will be nearly perfectly round and in the center it will be yellow;
    it will resemble a donut. If it is infertile, the white mark will not be very round, and in most cases, smaller than that of the fertile mark. If the egg is not fertile, the 'white mark' is called a "blastodisc". If the egg is fertile, the 'white mark' it is called a "blastoderm", and this means that cell division, because of fertilization, occurred.
    A link with more pics of fertile vs Non Eggs! https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/16008/how-to-tell-a-fertile-vs-infertile-egg-pictures


     
  8. Sally Sunshine

    Sally Sunshine Cattywampus Angel <straightens Halo> Premium Member Project Manager

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  9. wingstone

    wingstone Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I am also going on the 7th , need to fill out paperwork over the weekend, I promise....well someone remind me........
    will rely on all of you to keep me awake, heading there right after work,gonna be a long day...
     
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  10. Sally Sunshine

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