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Postby kellyhenley » Fri Mar 07, 2014 2:54 pm

Hi I from dargaville, I live on a dairy farm, ive started a new hobby of incubating chick :)
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Re: hi ya, im new today, looks interesting

Postby wolga » Fri Mar 07, 2014 7:31 pm

Hi Kellyhenley,
welcome to Poultry Central ! You will soon find out that incubating eggs can be very addictive. ;)
What breed or breeds of chickens do you have ?
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Re: hi ya, im new today, looks interesting

Postby seatil » Fri Mar 07, 2014 8:09 pm

Welcome to Poultry Central from Whangarei.

I agree with Wolga that hatching out chicks is very addictive. I think (but haven't counted!) that we've done over 100 this year. We're fortunate in that between the in-laws and our "rooster guy" we have plenty of demand for the boys!
One of almost everything, a veritable rainbow of chickens. And Project Motzle.
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Re: hi ya, im new today, looks interesting

Postby kellyhenley » Sat Mar 08, 2014 9:37 am

I have a coop full of shavers I bought last year, I have incubated 2 lots of these and with good results really, at the moment I am incubating some silver laced Wyandotte and some pekin bantams for something different, very addictive I agree, very disappointing when it does not go to plan. My husband and I are share milkers of a 600 cow farm, its a good hobby for me other than cows haha :)
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