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Date Posted: 18:47:25 05/26/09 Tue
Author: Nikki
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Subject: Re: Are all eggs fertile?
In reply to: Levin 's message, "Re: Are all eggs fertile?" on 16:57:03 05/26/09 Tue

Thanks for the advice. I just thought I'd try our the inubator. Hope to get even just one, I thought it would be a great thing to watch. I do leave some eggs with the hen but she has no interest in them. I've read up on some tips to help them along with sitting on them, but no such luck yet. I will let you know if any hatch from my inubator...thanks!

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