Remember back in June when I knocked over the incubator full of guinea fowl and peafowl eggs (If you don’t, read Uh-Oh and Woohoo all in one day.)?
Well, none of the peafowl eggs made it, and only two guinea eggs were still developing at lockdown. One of those did hatch and we ended up with the prettiest little keet to add to the flock.
You know, Silkies are supposed to be great at incubating peafowl eggs, but I think Juliana has them almost beat. . . well, at least until she’d decided she’d done enough work and left them to me.