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5 PEACOCK eggs didn’t hatch. Let’s Investigate.

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On our 2nd time incubating peafowl eggs, only two hatched. Let’s open up the last five eggs & see if there had been any growth. We’re also moving our McMurray Hatchery chicks into the brooder, but we’re doing it differently this time without a heat lamp. And Becky gives a tour of our canned food cellar.
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