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Little orp rooster looks like a robin

Bridgewater, ME

He is 3 months old and his buddy is a blue orp same age.

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Bridgewater, ME

My invention to keep hummidity in bator without opening it,works good keeps it at 45%.Glass of water with cotton rope in it and then put thtough the hole in bator where cord for turner comes out.

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Richmond, TX

Clever!

Vancleave, MS(Zone 8b)

a wick. Great idea

Eatonton, GA(Zone 8b)

ooooooh Im hitting the like button and sharing!! LOL!!! LOVE IT! Now I have to find Cotton cord!

Bridgewater, ME

Clothes line rope is what I got at wallmart

Eatonton, GA(Zone 8b)

Got it!!! Cant wait to try it! thank You! this will certainly help a lot . It seems i always have trouble getting the thermostat right every time I have to open and re-add water!

Bridgewater, ME

Here they are today,the one that looks like a robbin is a girl and the other a rooster

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Eatonton, GA(Zone 8b)

Beeee-U-tiful!!!
Oh and let me tell you...... I used your idea on the humidity cord..... I had a complete hatch! the ones that didnt hatch were infertile! I will use this methoid for humidity every time now!! IT WORKS! Thanks Green!

Bridgewater, ME

So glad it worked for you,Ihave eggs in the bator right now with the cord in the water.

Richmond, TX

Not, I trust, the power cord.

Bridgewater, ME

LOL no

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