First Fall Hatch Update


Lexi & Cammie

Ain’t that a great shot? Hasn’t got a darn thing to do with my first hatch of the season but it makes me smile!

Three weeks ago I set my first batch of hatching eggs for the fall in my incubator. Three got tossed at 9 days due to candling clear, leaving nine to go into my hatcher this past friday. These 4 cute little fluffy butts hatched out today. The other 5 eggs are still in the hatcher and haven’t pipped yet, if they don’t by tomorrow night they are probably duds.

Can you help me figure out who my momma is?

How about me?

I’m so cute my momma’s gotta be a Golden Cuckoo Marans!

What do you think? Pure BCM?

My hatch consisted of two green eggs from my Easter Eggers, one from my Black Copper Marans hen, and the last from a Golden Cuckoo Marans egg. Of course I have absolutely no idea which chick came from which egg so if you have an opinion please feel free to help figuring out who’s who.

 

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4 thoughts on “First Fall Hatch Update

  1. artsifrtsy says:

    Woo-hoo baby chicks!

  2. What a fun guessing game you’ll have!

  3. Who cares who mamma is – they are so cute every smart chicken will claim them!

  4. patsquared2 says:

    Very very cute and impressive for your first hatch…but did you see how big their feet are? I’d lay in some extra feed. These guys might be big!

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