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Date Posted: 13:34:35 03/06/10 Sat
Author: Holly
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Subject: Re: Helping a hatch and bleeding
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: Helping a hatch and bleeding" on 13:22:24 03/06/10 Sat

I think he's gone. Ah well, I tried, poor thing had no chance. Hopefully I may have some more hatch later. Maybe the high humidity will help help the others get themselves out if there are more. 12 eggs and only 2 chicks is a little poor. I did also have 12 chicken eggs in and only 1 from them so far, so maybe there's something off with the incubator? It's top of the range though so I feel it should be doing well, maybe it's just too early in the year?
I should investigate further.

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