Okay. Newbie here.. I posted this on a new thread but I think it got lost. Can anyone advise me with this?
I am incubating my first hatch of my own chicken eggs with a Farm Innovator 4200 forced air model with automatic turner. Today is day 7, so I candled and I have found one egg is upside down! Ooops.. the shape was hard to tell the fat end when we put it in. The air space is on the bottom and the moving chick and blood vessels are on top. I stuck it back the way it was. So is this a problem? Should I flip him over or just see what happens? Currently has 35-40% humidity and temp pretty consistently at 99-100. On the exciting side, I had 19/22 alive... for my first time.. I wasn't sure what to expect. I better build a bigger brooder~!
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