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Tips and pics on incubating

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I and starting this thread for anyone with tips are enything they would like to share for incubating eny eggs also anyone wanting to share the pics through there hatching experience .. p.s. also I would like to see pics of brown eggs candles on day five and what the best temp for a still air incubator is
post #2 of 7

Well there is a forum already that has many valuable suggestions in it for beginners.  Something I would like to share in your thread is to mix cooked eggs in the scratch for your newly hatched batches.  I didn't recognize the importance of a nutrient called Choline in the growth of tendons and ligaments.  This is especially important for turkey chicks.  Eggs have a lot of Choline.  Ever since I started adding it I never had a turned out leg in one of my chicks again.

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That's so I should delete this tread
post #4 of 7

You can keep the thread but that's probably why people haven't posted anything.

 

Have you tried "water candling"?  I always have a hard time with brown eggs....that's what made me try it. 

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O well u keep if no one will post
post #6 of 7
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I ment y keep it up if no one will
post #7 of 7

Well, you don't know if people will find your thread first.  I just wanted you to know that there is a lot of information and valuable tips posted already.  Join one of the current chats and you will see more action.

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