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Killerbunny
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Re: incubator

Post by Killerbunny » Tue Jun 26, 2018 7:26 am

Also make sure that you really want fuzzies running around at this time of year. End of July hatch so brooding until mid September. Do you already have brooder supplies? I would recommend Millpond too even with the drive. No stress at all.
http://millpondhatchery.ca/wp-content/u ... e_2018.pdf
You can also buy layer chicks direct from them. @JimW got some meat chicks from them last year and he was happy with them.
I only keep the incubator and hatcher for emergencies now. Let's say that when DH asked me last weekend whether I would be sleeping on the couch next to the hatcher I realised I might just have an OCD problem!
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Re: incubator

Post by KimChick » Tue Jun 26, 2018 11:10 am

Thanks for your input everyone! It surely does help. Even if I get an incubator now, it doesn't mean that I would be using it right away. We have a couple of brooder pens - one large to hold 40 meat chickens, and one smaller to hold 10 turkeys.
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Re: incubator

Post by Killerbunny » Tue Jun 26, 2018 11:33 am

Millpond also sell white turkey poults and mini classics.
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:iheartpto:
Beltsville Small White turkeys.
Mutt chickens for eggs
RIP Stephen the BSW Tom and my coffee companion.
RIP Lucky the Very Brave Splash Wyandotte rooster.
RIP little Muppet the rescue cat.
:turkey:

:bat:

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Re: incubator  FOUND

Post by KimChick » Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:03 pm

FOUND ONE!
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