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Date Posted: 12:37:42 05/26/09 Tue
Author: Rhonda
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Subject: Re: Are all eggs fertile?
In reply to: Levin 's message, "Re: Are all eggs fertile?" on 10:19:05 05/26/09 Tue

I agree with Levin. Wait and let the hen sit on the eggs and raise them herself, when she is ready. It's a lot easier this way, plus tons of fun to watch the mother with her babies. We've done it both ways, and the "natural" way is better, unless, of course, you need chicks for some reason. We had science projects, that's why my son incubated eggs. But, don't have chicks, just to have chicks. They are a lot of work, and you can soon be overrun with buttons, and may have a hard time finding people that want them.

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