Sleepy, tired and exhausted, that's how I describe myself now. I have been travelling to my farm two times this week to monitor the progress of my cabin construction and to send someone there. Who is the person I will tell you later. By the way, on the 8th of October, my first incubated chicks have hatched. Among 25 eggs that I incubated only five hatched. I don’t know what the reason behind the failure is. Anyway thanks to En. Zali from Zali Agrofarm who help me a lot during the hatching process.
|Chick emerges from the shells|
|Dry and fluffy|
|One of the chicks has a deformed leg|
|The chick can't stand properly so she/he sit when she/he eat|
|I am so busy that I forgot to do some prepartion for the hatching, we don't have chicks food so my daughter pound some corn flake for the chicks|
|The chicks live on corn flake for several days until my husband bring some chick food from the farm|
|They are happy inside the brooder with 15 watt red bulb|