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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Sally Sunshine, Mar 3, 2016.
My first batch in my new Brinsea are starting to hatch. They aren't due till tomorrow and 2 are out already. I have 15 egg set. I cleaned the Hovobator and am waiting for things to stabilize and I'll be setting more eggs in it soon. What I'm hatching are English orps and paint silkies.
Congrats- I def prefer my brinsea to my hovabator.
day 5, same egg as day 3 picture. And I got movement on video!
So far my Brinsea has been awesome, but it is the only thing I have. I just wanted something easy to use that was durable and reliable.
Also, is that a White Pavlo in your profile photo??? If not what is it? I am in love. Want!!!!
I had a surprising good hatch with my Hovobator. I set 12 eggs. 2 where clear and 10 developed. 8 hatched. the last one is a weakling and was being active but is now slowing down. But still a good hatch. I cleaned it and have it drying out to set eggs in it again. I have 2 chicks hatched in the Brinsea and another zipped and many pips.
We gifted the chicks from our last hatch to a family friend, they in return sent us 24 eggs to incubate, but I can't because the brinsea is full of serama eggs! So the only thing to do is go out and buy another incubator tomorrow!!!! I was just waiting for an excuse to do so! I might also pick up a silkie chick or two!
I have lots of eggs hatching in April....
Two batches of duck eggs...
Serama eggs in the incubator and under a few hens...
and emu eggs that should hatch in April if they are going to do anything.
And hopefully my Silkies will start laying so I can set all their eggs! Any day now, I'm sure.
Help! My friend gave me a dozen eggs and I want to put them in today, but one of them is really dirty/poopie. I got as much off as I can by just brushing it, but it is still really bad. I don't want to not put it in because I only have a dozen eggs, but I also don't want it to compromise the others. Can I wash it? Should I wash just this one?