|Here is the incubator. I know it looks like something an astronaut would wear.|
|Just set in the incubator.|
|You can see the pips if you click to enlarge|
In the morning we woke to two chicks already hatched and a flurry of excitement by the chicks and the humans. (Do you know how hard it is to get your kids breakfast, dressed, and on the bus when there is hatching going on?)
|A black chick hatching. (one of only two blacks)|
|The second chick to hatch. He looks a little upset||.|
I know this is a bad photo, but as you can almost see there are the baby chicks. They are under a red heat lamp all snug and warm. My friend Lori is going to take the chicks home to raise and add to her hen house. The Nebraska Prairie Girl has concluded that this incubator and the hatching were a big success and I am now ready to set eggs on May 7th, to have May 27th for our first day of Camp Grace. Happy Hatching.