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by Monica Melograna-Ward

I always place two or three eggs at a time in the incubator. Not only is there a better survival rate for birds that are flock animals, to have a buddy to keep warm together and hang out with, but they hear each others peeps when in the hatching process, and are enthusiastically coaxed out of their shell(s).

Note: Our flock is small, and we use most of the eggs for consumption, so I don’t load up all 42 egg slots in the incubator at the same time.

 

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