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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Sally Sunshine, Mar 3, 2016.
I'll keep that in mind thank you! Those chicks are so cute! I love the colors.
I am really happy with the variety of colors that my boys are throwing. I love sharing my chicks. My previous Roo was mean. He fathered my six Ameraucana, Marans mixed hens. They are pretty friendly though and my two Roos are non aggressive. My Blue Wheaten always feeds his girls first. He never hurts them while breeding either. I will be really upset if anything ever happens to him. I realize that as loving as he is to his girls that it is a probability that he could die protecting them as if he sees a hawk, he goes off getting all his girls safe before he hides. He doesn't have one bad thing about his attitude. He even eats out of my hand.
I named him Skipper for my son who loves "Penguins of Madagascar".
I couldn't find much of anything on something like this. As long as it can it and drink though, maybe it'll be ok for awhile
Wonderful, Good Luck!
Good Morning everyone! !!!!!!!!
I have a muscovy drake who hatched with only half of his top beak. He will be a year this summer and as big as his brothers.
Good morning! I'm going to be cleaning out my hatcher. 0 chicks from this current set up. Time to calibrate and prepare MacGyverbator for 7 eggs from my hens that are due next Sat. That and a list a mile long of things that need to get done around here.
So, who's planting gardens while waiting for their chicks to hatch? Our April weather is going to prevent outside planting, but I'm going to start some tomato seeds and herbs inside.
Gonna catch up on some reading now.