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Episode 03

Incubation – A Year With Chickens

by | Mar 6, 2020 | A Year With Chickens, Featured

Today we’re taking a look at incubation, as part of our A Year With Chickens Series. We dedicate one episode per month to this series, covering what to expect when raising a chicken in that particular month. For the month of March, we’re going to dive into hatching eggs for the very first time, including incubator set-up, how to determine what’s critical during the hatching process, and how to prepare for a successful hatch.

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2 Comments

  1. william smith

    what are considered brown heavy layers please

    Reply
    • Kendra

      William, some great examples of heavy, brown egg layers include breeds like Orpingtons, Black Jersey Giants, Brahmas, etc. Hope that helps!

      Reply

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