Pipping- Assisting Hatch DUCKLINGS

Afi

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Sep 1, 2021
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um yeh i mean like it’s kind of risky to do it by yourself u may not know where the blood vesseks are or poke into the chick if u don’t know the correct step well I mean if ur saying the vet is even more far I would still go there
I just feel like it’s too risky to do it if u don’t know the correct steps
 

Afi

Songster
Sep 1, 2021
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Bangladesh,Nasirabad.
I’m feeling really worried for ur egg I don’t think the chickll will survive if u don’t try to intervene,it’s a bit risky though if u don’t know the correct steps
Im honestly all out of ideas……………
 

Duckmumma3

In the Brooder
Sep 4, 2021
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I’m feeling really worried for ur egg I don’t think the chickll will survive if u don’t try to intervene,it’s a bit risky though if u don’t know the correct steps
Im honestly all out of ideas……………
My number two has pipped a smidge more this afternoon, my number one has pipped the whole way through and is now breaking the shell, I can see his/her beak!
 

Duckmumma3

In the Brooder
Sep 4, 2021
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Meet Whistle! Our first born Duckling!
 

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Duckmumma3

In the Brooder
Sep 4, 2021
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We are still going to have to assist Number 2, as she pipped over 48 hours ago and nothing since, although I said she has, she actually hasn't. So i read intensely what the lady/mam above put on the attachment.
 

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