Updated: May 16
BABY CHICK HATCHING TIME LAPSE - Chicks Hatch Timelapse
This small incubator has different temperatures in different parts of the incubator so it is difficult to get an even temperature for hatching out my chicks.
I am getting closer to obtaining the correct temperature each time we hatch out chicken eggs. Last time the temperature was too high and humidity too low and this time I had the humidity just right but the temperature too low, of course last year was a normal hot October and this October was cold and with uneven incubator temperatures, each egg has different temperatures anyway.
I will have another attempt with this incubator (unless one of my hens is willing to go broody) and may need to invest in a better quality incubator.
I do prefer to let my chickens hatch out eggs and raise them, the more natural the better and hopefully the Poultry auctions start up again so I can acquire some Australorp eggs, as no one I know has them anymore. I would really love a few or more Australorp hens,
It would be much easier If I were allowed a rooster...
What Chickens do you have and what is your favourite breed?
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