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RE: Another View....Part 3

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Posted by: caracal at Tue Jun 17 10:39:58 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by caracal ]  
   

In response to your protestation, "It could also be temps as well. You did not mention that. But then, all you do is whine and forget to talk about whats important."

Get reading lessons, old man !!

"The labor room is a constant 80 - 82 degrees and they have no additional heat. This might be why mine take a couple more days than Gregg's, to lay.
I like the idea that the their ambient temperature is comparable to the temps that eggs would incubate at comfortably.
It seems logical that a female searches out such temps to lay her eggs..."


   

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