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Kinky Coxi

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Posted by: krfun at Thu Jun 28 10:55:47 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by krfun ]  
   

I had 3 good eggs from my first ever coxi breeding. They have all hatched out and the first has a very small kink that took me 2 days to notice, the second has 2 larger kinks that affect its movement, the third has a small kink that is more obvious than the first. They are otherwise healthy and very clean looking coxi.

I was disapointed needless to say. I don't know if it was bad luck or something else. I incubated at 78 degrees in a hovabator, they incubated for 65 days.

I was planning on selling these babies but don't know what to do now. For you more experienced breeders how do you handle this?
Don't sell, discount, etc..

And if I keep them do recommend not to breed them? I assume this is not genetic but could cause problems with breeding.

Any suggestions are appreciated.


   

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