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post #21 of 28
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Originally Posted by TinkyPinky View Post

SOMEONE PLEEEASE HELP ME!! My fertilized egg is black when I candle it, and the vanes are pink,Is it dead?! Will it explode?! I don't know what to do! Im only incubating 2 eggs and this is the first time iv ever tried to indicate eggs. Are my eggs going to die? When I got them they where defiantly alive, and I have had the 4 to 5 days now, I really need to know if they are going to explode! Please help!!

What day are they on? 

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post #22 of 28
I got them at a farm, I'm volunteering there, I rescued the eggs so I don't know how old they are. But I'm guessing 17 or 10.
post #23 of 28
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I got them at a farm, I'm volunteering there, I rescued the eggs so I don't know how old they are. But I'm guessing 17 or 10.

If they are at day 17 they should be mostly dark. 

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post #24 of 28
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My first fertile egg yesterday. Omg im excited. Bought the hovabator from Craigslist and im saving up eggs now. Super excited! !!!!
post #25 of 28

I actually just bought this incubator from Tractor Supply. It is kept in a closed off room that is kept at a stable temperature. Any advice or life hacks I can use to make my new LG 9300 stable for my eggs that will be arriving in a few days? I already hooked up a computer fan to it so it will be forced air. 

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 1 Talkative Male Eclectus Parrot (Darwin)

1 Loyal Basenji mix(Simba)

2 Troublemaker Cats (Lucy and Luna)

*Rest in peace Echo*

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post #26 of 28
Im so sad. Yesterday my white egg died. The baby chick had black feathers on. Its so annoying how the chick randomly died. I have 1 more silkie egg left. Im counting on this egg!
post #27 of 28
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sorry :( good luck on your next one

post #28 of 28
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sorry sad.png good luck on your next one
ok thanks!
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