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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by momoftwinsinwi, Apr 1, 2009.
The board is changing e-g-g and e-g-g-s to "rooster" today, and changing c-h-i-c-k to "hen" and other silly things.
well, did you actually mean rooster or did you type e g g?
a hatch rooster usually refers to a "Variety" (Called a breed) of American gamefowl.
If you meant hatching e g g - A fertilized e g g stored in a way that does not destroy its ability to hatch.
Other then that it beats me.
DT is spot on, a "Hatch" is a strain or family of American gamefowl, usually recognizable by their green or slate legs, theoretically tracing their history back to Sanford Hatch, the breeder that set these birds as a strain. In actuality, any fowl with the "Hatch" look is usually referred to as a Hatch, be they from his blood lines or not.