Blood Feathers

Pasofever

Does my butt look big?
Ok, they so far all have yellow yolks, no blood. Do I take all those out and wait for the ones she may lay now since I have seen them actually mate or do I just wait?

PS, Doc says she is still a good healthy weight and is in good shape for having produced so many.
I think I would start by numbering what you have or just put a * on them or something...then you can relook at them and the others if she lays more..when you know the ones marked * have been sat on a week or so and still clear chuck them...
 
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Mousebaby

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I think I would start by numbering what you have or just put a * on them or something...then you can relook at them and the others if she lays more..when you know the ones marked * have been sat on a week or so and still clear chuck them...
Not to sound stupid or anything (like I haven't already) what do I mark them with, I don't want to make her upset with any smells or have them rub off or whatever.
 

Cowgirl

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Mouse, just remember as hard as it might be for you to remove the eggs and not let them hatch, it might be even harder to find good, life-long homes for the babies. Unless you plan on keeping all of the babies you hatch out....
 
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Mousebaby

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Mouse, just remember as hard as it might be for you to remove the eggs and not let them hatch, it might be even harder to find good, life-long homes for the babies. Unless you plan on keeping all of the babies you hatch out....
Well actually I have someone in mind that MIGHT take them off my hands and raise them for me and make her/himself some extra money. I don't want any money from it so it would be all theirs. :biggrin:
 
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