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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 04:28:19pm
Author: Cindy
Author Host/IP: 90.214-net.sccoast.net /
Subject: Re: outdoor heat effecting eggs
In reply to: Jaimie 's message, "outdoor heat effecting eggs" on Sunday, July 16, 12:47:53pm

I would think they should be fine. We incubate them at high temps, so my best guess is they will be okay. I would think laying during cold weather would be more detrimental.

What kind of outdoor set up do you have? I'm wanting to do a nice outdoor setup and back into buttons. I'm holding out until it cools down ... heat and pregnancy don't mix - LOL ... and I'm waiting for us to do the addition on the house, so I can better determine where I want to position them. I also need to get my fencing up along the entire back of the property so I can keep out foxes ... since we back up to conservation I know it won't take them long to find them!

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