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PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2008 7:22 pm 
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Champion Bird
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Well my Black and white Female that i purchased last year has hatched out of 7 eggs: 5 have hatched, 1 had got all the way around the egg and then died, and another pipping,
Mother is Black and white
Father is white
So far all are white Except the one who died trying to get out and that chick was a Black and white
Will post pics when all have hatched
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Hey there.. Good luck with the rest of the hatch.

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Yes please on the photos!

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cool news , cant wait to see the pictures of them 8)



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Very exciting :D

I just candled mine and only one out of the twelve appears to be fertile :(

Can't wait to see photos


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