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Housing, Health & Hatching / Re: Shipping Hatching Eggs
« Last post by Mike Gilbert on Today at 09:21:47 AM »
I have used the same foam shippers that John uses; in fact mine came from John.   And I have had very good luck shipping bantam eggs here in the USA.   So I don't think the foam is a problem.
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Housing, Health & Hatching / Re: Shipping Hatching Eggs
« Last post by Pedro Nunes Marques on Today at 06:02:03 AM »
Good Morning!
Hi John, how are you?
I have a question, is the foam not toxic?
I'm having a lot of losses in egg shipments I imagine it could be the foam.
Good week to everyone!!
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Ameraucana Marketplace / Re: ISO Bantam Cock
« Last post by Mike Gilbert on January 11, 2022, 09:49:16 AM »
 Here are two photos taken this morning.  I did not bother to clean him up, as it was very cold here.   I already have chicks in the brooder out of him, about 2 weeks old.   His weight this morning was 29 ounces.   He would have been hatched a little less than a year ago.    I will have to check with the post office on shipping and let you know.    You can email me at Chantecler7@gmail.com for price.

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Ameraucana Marketplace / Re: ISO Bantam Cock
« Last post by Molly Bordelon on January 10, 2022, 08:21:31 PM »
I’d be very interested in weight and photos. About how much would you ask for him? Do you have an idea for shipping costs from your location to Lousiana?
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Ameraucana Marketplace / Re: ISO Bantam Cock
« Last post by Mike Gilbert on January 10, 2022, 07:48:45 PM »
 I will have one available in a couple of months, after my hatching season.  He is definitely fertile.   He placed 2nd cockerel at our 2021 national meet in Indiana.  I believe the 1st place cockerel went on to take champion AOCCL of the show.   But shipping is expensive these days - are you aware of that?
If you are interested, I'll weigh him (he is small) and post a photo.
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Ameraucana Marketplace / Re: ISO Bantam Cock
« Last post by Molly Bordelon on January 09, 2022, 09:07:17 PM »
Still haven’t found a rooster. Hoping to find one soon so I can start working on breeding my line smaller!
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Breeding / Re: embryonic deaths
« Last post by Justin Snyder on January 06, 2022, 05:19:29 PM »
Shipped eggs are hard to hatch. It looks like you may have detached air cells from handling. Like John said, I don't see that they started to develop.
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Breeding / Re: embryonic deaths
« Last post by Pedro Nunes Marques on January 06, 2022, 04:44:28 PM »
Sorry my message was not translated to English.

I feel the Google translation is not good, but I understand perfectly what you write


Thanks Mike,

When inbreeding I cannot inform are eggs that came from the United States and are in the 3rd generation here in Brazil. I have two Blue Chickens, I think I can use them to alter the blood and create another separate batch, do you agree?
I believe I must bring some more blacks soon
the diet is insufficient
Subclinical chicken-borne diseases are a factor to consider by doing some tests with a veterinarian.

John, in my opinion, when the pouch starts to form with a very strong mark, it is a sign that the yolk is no longer intact and there is a start in the embryo.
Thank you for the link
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Exhibiting, Promoting & Club Notes / New Ameraucana Alliance sew on patches
« Last post by Rebecca G Howie on January 06, 2022, 03:29:05 PM »
It's time to consider ordering new sew on patches for the Ameraucana Alliance.

These patches will be printed with the new Wheaten cock logo at the top of this page and edged with black.
The previous patches were 4" , I think a smaller patch may be more practical. 

We can order them in 3", 3.5" or 4". The price is the same for 100 patches (all the same size)

I have put polls up on FB and MeWe.

Please comment here on which size you would like the best.
Patches will be ordered in the most popular size
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Breeding / Re: embryonic deaths
« Last post by John W Blehm on January 06, 2022, 02:33:12 PM »
Thanks Mike,
When it comes to consensus, we have already informed you that there are three United States states that there are 3 parties here in Brazil. I have two Blue Chickens, I think I can use candles to alter the blood and create another separate batch, do you agree?
I believe that I must have a logo but some pretense
Diet is insufficient
Subclinical transmissions of the gallbladder passed through the eye are a factor in considering taking any exams with a veterinarian

John, I'm going to be trying to form a ball with a very strong brand and signal that I'm not the most intact and have a start on the embryo.
Thank you for the link


Above is what the online translator came up with, but much is lost in the translation.
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