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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Happy Chooks, Jan 20, 2016.
I know! It is hard to walk away, but other chores need to get done..
Check with local laws first. An easement can't legally be fenced if it is in the property description. See if u can get a plat map of their property, it should have a defined easement marked on it. THEN you can fence that baby off without legal problems.
Yes I know. My lazy babies enjoying the new digs... Oh and another just zipped!!! 2 more going crazy trying to zip.
Ur gonna "test hatch" all ur new coops full and won't have room for any HAL babies. lol
Well out of 88 eggs going into lock down I have 31 chicks already and more coming. Already had 37 and have 8 dz going in on the 14th lots of activity here will post a fuzzy butt photo in a bit
Ok... Load of cloths in dryer. One in washer. Load of dishes. Kids feed. Oh sudden noise increase = 2 more zips!!!! More future football/soccer players batting around the eggs again. That makes 10... And counting.
Ok, so she got off the nest this morning and i slid in and took 12 eggs out of the nest. One looked like it had started to develope and then froze and split. In the field with it. The others i brought in and candled. Most were clear so in the field with those. One had a bit of a blood ring so out that went. 2 showed signs of development but no movement so i stuck those in my bator and will wait till tomorrow and candle again, if no movement then , in the field, with those as well. She has about 10 or so left and more than likely only a couple are even fertile but she should be able to cover them anyway. I will slip in again in a couple days and candle what's left and leave any that are good but don't want her wasting her time for no reward.
Don't toss to soon. Those babies are tricky.
Ok i'll give them a few days but don't want anything exploding in my bator. lol Ick
So true. How far along do you think they are??