Yes. If you use buckshot or birdshot, you have to dig it out of everywhere. And you lose some in there, and find it again cutting up your roast or chewing goose breast
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:iagree: I'm still trying to figure out what Paddy did that's so worth celebrating :idunno: Have a read http://www.gpb.org/education/origins-of-st-patricks-day STILL not seeing anything worth colouring beer for lol! Though a hot corned beef hash sounds excellent, I haven't had that in years! Mmmmm
No, lol they will not hatch at all. If the membrane gets stuck to the egg, it doesn't develop properly to nourish the chick. The chick will still be alive in the egg on day 21,22,23, or later, but WILL die in the egg. If you open an egg with a stuck chick, only part of the vascular membrane will be ...
- Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:51 pm
- Forum: Incubating and Hatching
- Topic: Eggs not turned
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Are they chicken eggs? If so, they are pretty forgiving once they start blooping around in the egg at 7-10 days, especially if heat is even. If they're duck or turkey, you might see some stick to the side. Any that stick will die unhatched.
- Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:05 pm
- Forum: Maple Syrup Making
- Topic: How's the sap coming in?
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Not at all, easy-peasy!
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