Plans for This Spring!

xIndigoSkyx

Songster
9 Years
Dec 4, 2010
422
4
121
St.Albert, Alberta
Auction is May 12th (not soon enough!!!
)
Separate ducks on February 12th (still to far away!!!
)
Star collecting eggs on February 26th
Should collect about 56 eggs (please please please they all need to hatch!!!
)
Keep the eggs at 15 C (Temperature in cold storage room is 15 C or 59 F perfect!!!
)
Start the incubation on March 4th (Incubating temperature is 37 C or 99 F super excited!!!)
Ducks should hatch on March 31st (
holly crap I'm excited!)
by the time May 12th comes around they'll be 6 weeks old
28 boxes
12 boxes of 2 pekin's
12 boxes of 2 rouen's
4 boxes of 2 runners
 

RAREROO

Crowing
10 Years
Jul 22, 2009
4,517
55
254
Alapaha, Ga
Hopefully it will all work out just the way you planned it but don't jinx yourself by counting your ducks before they're hatched, lol
 

Ducks and Banny hens

Songster
8 Years
Nov 22, 2011
2,733
15
151
On a little Farm.
Here's my spring plan:

- Prepare Breeding water earl March
- Separate ducks Early March (three clans)
- Begin Setter management mid-late March
- April - Pompoms should be hatching by then! (I've always wanted to call them pompoms
)
 

DUCKGIRL89

Songster
8 Years
Apr 28, 2011
7,176
24
241
TN
Heres mine.....
Seperate my breeds february 1st
Collect 30 welsh harlequin eggs and 8 ancona eggs by march 3rd (if they are laying by then with I sure hope they are
)
Set them march 4th
Ducklings should hatch late march


Then I have three orders for welsh harlequin duck lings, and 1 order for assorted ducklings. Im hopeing to keep two blue ancona ducklings to raise up though.

And if my orpington chickens are laying by then I will set a few of those to
 
Top Bottom