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RE: Lady Chatsworth News

as long as a preditor doesn't get the eggs... betting
it will all be fine. Congrats!


> Well, our Lady Chatsworth has six eggs so far in her
> nest. What concerns me
> is the fluctuating weather...from warm to really
> cold..and she does not seem
> to be sitting on them for long. When she leaves her
> nest, she covers the
> whole thing up with dirt, sticks and leaves so
> nobody can see it. But I
> don't know if that is enough insulation to keep them
> warm.
> This is my first goose so I have no clue. I DO know
> that our guineas take a
> week to lay around 20-30 eggs and don't sit on them
> until the last egg is
> laid, then they start sitting on them. But they
> don't start that until April
> sometime. Our ducks are beginning to nest as well.

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