Quail eggs in the incubator

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krisandlarry.com - Hatching quail eggsAs our family continues our journey to create a homestead that provides for us, we are incubating quail eggs (or at least attempting to hatch them).

We have a new incubator and have regular egg rack/turner and a quail egg rack and turner inside.

We have 24 quail eggs along with chicken eggs from the last 3 days from our own hens in the incubator. I never knew how pretty quail eggs were until we got this batch! THANKS to my friend Jessi for picking these up for us.

We also have several dozen eggs from our own chickens in it. Hopefully “Jeff” the rooster is doing his duty and fertilizing our eggs.

The quail eggs only take about 17 days from start to finish. The chicken eggs are about 21 days…. So that makes quail due on about March 6 and chicks due to hatch on March 12, 13 and 14th.

I am always in AWE that it goes from an egg with yoke to a feathered (or rather fluffy) chicken in such little time. krisandlarry.com - Incubating Eggs


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