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Incubator Cam

Welcome to the incubator cam! Below you’ll see a live stream (if it’s up) of either the incubator during lockdown/hatching or the brooder.
Please Note: things can go wrong during hatching. Please understand that I will do my best to assist, but sometimes things are out of my control.




Latest Duck Posts

Dr. Strange Duck or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Broody

Hatching duck eggs is pretty easy when with an incubator. Even easier if the incubator as an auto-turner. But once ducklings hatch you need to brood them, usually inside. Ducklings are messy critters, and when confined, they can quickly get smelly despite regular cleaning.

When brooding ducklings indoors they need heat...Read More »

R.I.P. Ada

Ada, a.k.a. Home girl a.k.a. Brienne of Tarth passed away Tuesday after succumbing to injuries from an attack two weeks earlier.

Her death was unexpected and seems to have hit the flock hard as all the girls have stopped laying. Agatha is sitting on a nest, so hopefully some...Read More »

What's in a Name?

When I started naming the ducks it was really just a way to describe them to my husband and as a way to denote who was who when telling stories about the ducks to friends and family. I started to name the ducks after characters, that matched their physical attributes...Read More »

Wry Neck in Ducklings

Torticollis commonly known as Wry neck (a.k.a. crookneck or stargazing) is a symptom that affects many poultry species, and if not treated can be fatal. Wry neck isn’t actually, a disease, but it is a symptom of a few ailments.  While it’s most common in young birds, it can appear...Read More »

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