So in order to have an organic farm you need livestock. Now I personally love animals, they are delicious for one thing and some make good company. So the idea is to hatch out chickens and raise those. Bought an incubator and borrowed one to let someone else try. Yesterday I started hearing the tjiep tjiep in the incubator, and an egg here and there with a little hole in it. Excitement. Well throughout the night the cats got really excited too and pulled the incubator off the counter. So I was able to rescue two and a half really cold 1 hour chicks. One of them will be called Elvis for sure. So, I will just go and get some more eggs from the chicken coop and put them in the incubator for I have learned that yes, this is doable. Even if you put the eggs in the fridge for a week, even if the temperature adjustment on the incubator isn't optimal and you try and fry them in the egg, at 110 degrees for a bit, even if the humidity runs dry because you forget water, they can still hatch. But I will have to cancel the hatching party for tonight.
Pieter Los, born in Scotland, raised in the Netherlands, lost in the USA. .