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Hatching Happy Chickens -
Your 28 day guide to perfect peeps!

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So you're thinking of hatching eggs but not sure where to start?

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Worried you might kill off all the chicks before the eggs even hatch?

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Anxious to know more about what happens inside the egg?

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Or just fascinated by the whole process of hatching healthy, happy chicks?

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Join my Hatching Happy Chickens group - you'll love it! (and it's free - at the moment!)

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What you're signing up for :

  • E-mails direct to your inbox - no more hunting round for information!
  • Detailed incubating and hatching tips and advice.
  • Videoclips and pictures of each stage of incubation.
  • Descriptions of exactly what's going on in the egg.
  • A webcam link to hatch day!

In this 28 day, step-by-step series, you'll discover :

  • Which incubation equipment you really need - without breaking the bank.

  • What words like 'candling' mean and when you should and shouldn't do it.
  • How eggs develop on every single day of incubation.
  • When and why moving the egg could kill the chick.

In videos, pictures and text you'll learn :

  • How to choose the best eggs for hatching.

  • How to see the chick developing - without disturbing it.
  • Exactly what you're seeing when you look at the egg from the outside in.

  • When and how the process of hatching happens.

  • What's normal, what's not, and how to deal with problems.
  • What to do with your chicks after they've hatched.

You'll learn, you'll be fascinated, you'll be excited, you'll have fun - what have you got to lose?

Don't miss out - sign up now!

Let's Hatch!

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If you would like more details about exactly what this series covers, or if you just want to know where all my incubating information pages are, click on this link.

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