Waiting for the rest of the chicks to hatch? Take pictures!

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by renatpreschool, Nov 12, 2008.

  1. renatpreschool

    renatpreschool Songster

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    Hehe, my first silkie and EE made it out!

    They have their differences...
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    But, soon, they became great friends...
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  2. birdlover

    birdlover Songster

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    Awwww, how adorable they are!!!! How many more are you waiting for?
     
  3. renatpreschool

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    Quote:I have 10 that are anywhere from just-pipped to drying off and 3 that haven't done anything yet.

    waiting is the WORST.

    The EE has been out the longest and he's like a puppy with my preschoolers. When they walk over to the brooder, he comes teetering over to them. It's the cutest thing.
     
  4. kelliepulido

    kelliepulido Songster

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    wow yours were early weren't they? I think you got your eggs from Jen 1 day before me.I only have 2 of hers left that are good.I hope they hatch.My mutt eggs have pipped.Those were not shipped.
     
  5. renatpreschool

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    Quote:She's actually not from Jen, I picked up four eggs from a friend of mine... Still no action from Jen's eggs, here, either. I have 3 that developed past day 14, but beyond that, I don't know. No rocking or anything from them. =/ I hope they make it!
     
  6. renatpreschool

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    Quote:She's actually not from Jen, I picked up four eggs from a friend of mine... Still no action from Jen's eggs, here, either. I have 3 that developed past day 14, but beyond that, I don't know. No rocking or anything from them. =/ I hope they make it!

    Uuum, spoke too soon! One of the white silkie eggs from Jen just pipped!
     

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