Posted by Cyn on 5/10/08
I think the ads you are talking about are the scam ads that
look too good to be true.
I have friends that live close by that have breeder birds
that destroy thir eggs and they bring me eggs to put under
one of my pair that are sitting. We have been successful
about 75% of the time. There are too many risks with
transporting the eggs and getting another pair to sit,
hatch, and feed.
I guess if you were awesome at day 1 feeding and the eggs
were close you could get them and put them in an
incubator...but I doubt the success rate would be very high.
On 5/02/08, Traci wrote:
> DO people truly sell fertile eggs? Possible?