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I wouldn't worry too much, this is from SC, I am going to guess their testing materials came from one of those 5 000 000 chicken barns, fed feed with low levels of antibiotics. One of the reasons I have decided to go with my version of digesters, is because of the high heat created at the beginning...
OC I still have lots out and they are doing fine, I think as Ross said on another post the silkies get their crest wet then can't take the cold, and of course the showgirls with their naked necks. I hope the weather warms up , my poor dog was out for a pee and within minutes had that sad look on her...
- Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:41 pm
- Forum: Incubating and Hatching
- Topic: Wrong end of the egg
- Replies: 5
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I've seen them hatch under a hen at the wrong end, doesn't sound like you did anything wrong. I would just try again. Sometimes its true if the humidity is a bit too high chicks are too big and can't turn
How many do you have in the house? I have 7, I went out to feed and found 3 very cold birds all huddled up. Took them in the house and anyone else I thought was a candidate to get cold. 5 silkies and 1 cornish hen and her 2 month old chick. I know it seems like I'm spoiling them but rather this then...