They are NOT Bantam Bunnies!

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by SuperMyke, May 26, 2018.

  1. Go for it "DRY INCUBATION" all the way!

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  2. May be try another method it may work better for bantam breeds.

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  3. Either way will work just what ever works for you.

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  1. SuperMyke

    SuperMyke Chirping

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    :weeWell off for a new adventure! :wee

    I hatched regular chicken eggs with about 80% hatch rate. Now the Bantam eggs are next. Sunday I will begin incubation. :thumbsup

    Any tips for Bantam Chicken eggs?

    I did the dry hatch method with the regular eggs but not sure if I should use the same method. Here is a peek at the bantam eggs. More to come as we go! :eek:

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