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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by CCourson05, Sep 29, 2011.
Just for fun and curiosity...
Araucanas! Not only do chicks that are homozygous for the tufting gene always die in shell, I found out through research reading studies that heterozygous chicks for tufting have their chance of dying in shell increased by 20%. Talk about a lethal gene!
ex... something something leghorns
ive tryed and tryed and tryed 21 eggs and they just stop growing halfway through encubation ive tryed my encubator ive tryed a broody hen everything but they just Wont HATCH for me URG!!! im gettig frustrated just thinking about it... trying again next spring.
Mandarin Duck eggs
Quote:Oh geeze, I just bought a pair each of Mandarin, Wood, Pintail & East Indies. Well, I suppose I'll have to try in the spring.
I've only tried regular eggs... but sometimes... they are a BEAR!!!
I have seramas in now, from a grab bag... I hear they can be hard... so I figure they won't hatch... hehe...
Panther Chameleons.. the average incubation was 13 to 14 months long...
waiting is the hardest part!
I cant incubate scovies for the life of them. I had a hard time with seramas too, but atleast i had one survivor.
Peacock eggs. never had one hatch, die halfway through. evem had peacocks sit on them and they never hatched.
Kids. That was hard and incubation took foooooooooooooooorreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever.