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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Sally Sunshine, Mar 3, 2016.
FOOTTTTT FEATHERRRRRRSSSSS!!!!!!!! I WANT THAT CHICKY!!
Poor baby! Good thing it's able to eat and drink though. Still a cutie!
It looks so adorable, its like a gator snout on a cute wittle ducky , im glad she can eat and drink good
That is definitly a roo, but he is cute!
Yes he is and really sweet too. I guess we will see how it goes. I really like him. I named it sweetie. One of the BOs we kept from our last hatch has been attacking my hand every time I put it in the brooder. I'm thinking that might be a roo also, it's comb is getting larger. Only 2 weeks old and so brave! I don't think we will keep that one, his name is little tuff.
cute little roo!!
Candled Neighbors eggs on day 14... I'm still learning all of this and I have read the 101 and looked at images but I still can't find the answer...I don't have an option to search on my phone...should the embryo and contents be moving around... Not moving like wiggling but kinda slowly sloshing as I turn the egg to mark it.. I'm turning super slow???
My RIR, Americauna, Easter Egger and Light Sussex/Welsummer chicks are almost three weeks old!!!!!!!!!
Some of them already have feathering on their back and upper wings.
What a cute roo baby!
Thanks! What a high honor to receive "cutest chicks yet!" My neighbor said they look fat and healthy for 3 hours old. I am proud of my hatch. 1 of the 3 eggs that didn't pip was infertile. I will let you know about others when i know.