Test Hatch for 2 Sebastopol goose eggs

Quail_Antwerp

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My Sebastopols have started to lay! I am looking for ONE person to test hatch these for me. I have a local friend test hatching some already.

I know the blue goose has started to lay, and so has my white goose who carries the colored gene.

I have two fresh eggs that need to be shipped tomorrow morning at the latest!

$20 shipped for TWO Sebastopol eggs only.

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I will have more eggs available after I know how the test hatches go.

Thanks.
 

sonew123

Poultry Snuggie
11 Years
Mar 16, 2009
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Is it 28 days for these eggs-right??? same way we do chicken eggs??? What the heck am I thinking?? Mary -Kristen where are you to
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Quail_Antwerp

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Aug 16, 2008
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Yikes, sorry didn't realize I would cause this much egg-citement LOL

Yes, I know it was a steal, but it's because my 'bator is full, and so I'm not able to set any to test myself - so I needed someone to test for me.
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I promise I'll be listing more, but probably not this low. Sorry.
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To answer your questions, yes, I do believe it's 28 days, and the eggs need to be spritzed with water, too. Warm water so you don't shock the eggs.

They are much bigger than chicken eggs, and no they wouldn't not fit in a chicken egg turner - you'd need a goose egg turner.

There's also a cooling down period for goose eggs.
 

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