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Date Posted: 17:13:18 05/25/09 Mon
Author: Ursula
Author Host/IP: 99.166.101.214
Subject: Re: Are all eggs fertile?
In reply to: Nikki 's message, "Are all eggs fertile?" on 16:59:51 05/25/09 Mon

I haven't used an incubator myself, but I've read that you should wait when they are young before you incubate the eggs because the first eggs of a young button are most likely not fertile...

Sorry, can't say anything about the incubator though.

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  • Re: Are all eggs fertile? -- Levin, 10:19:05 05/26/09 Tue
  • Re: Are all eggs fertile? -- Rhonda, 12:37:42 05/26/09 Tue

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