Re-Infected with the Chicken Bug

A few years ago I decided that chickens would be a great addition to the house. So we got a few hens, mostly just for fresh eggs. Needless to say, chickens are addictive. It didn’t take long to become infected with the ‘Chicken Bug’.

And having local friends who are “Enablers” always makes hatching ‘THAT’ much easier. In 2012 I took a much needed livestock/chicken break but…I’m back!

I stopped at a friends house to pick up my Emergency Baby Goat Box and left with this…
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About 6-8 days later you can see tiny veins when you shine a bright flashlight thru the egg.
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This is a blood ring (the dark band around the center of the egg). This egg has quit developing (died).
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First Pip (Day 21)
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Day 21…Hatch Day!
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Moving from the incubator…
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To a nice warm home
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