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Date Posted: 15:11:01 06/02/09 Tue
Author: Nikki
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Subject: Re: Are all eggs fertile?
In reply to: Shawna 's message, "Re: Are all eggs fertile?" on 19:14:44 06/01/09 Mon

Thanks for the advice on the incubator. I think I will try the hovabator. None of my eggs hatched. I'm just doing this for fun, only wanted to hatch a few thats why I went with the least expensive. I've got my four buttons in a pretty big enclosure and hopefully I can get one of the females to nest because she sure is laying quite a few eggs.

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