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post #11 of 21
Yay! ๐Ÿ˜Š
post #12 of 21
What day if incubation is it? We still want to see pics
post #13 of 21

Its the 10th day of incubation ill post some pics tonight after i candle them


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post #15 of 21

Lookin' good!!ย :thumbsup

post #16 of 21
Yay I think as you hatch more if you candle every time you get better at seeing what is going on in the egg
Edited by annabellaknits - 2/7/16 at 6:53pm
post #17 of 21
Need some info. here from experienced people. Grandson built the incubator (he's 13) for science project, Using a lightbulb and the temp. is all over the place and now varies 104 /96 degrees. the thermomator is not accurate and is new digital. I thought the eggs would not develope because of the fluctuation in temp. This is day 7 and I candeled some and to my surprise I see a dark spot and veins. The humidity varies from low 20's to 50%. I wanted to put in a stronger light bulb and now am not sure if I should do anything and just take my chances. I would really like to see these eggs hatch For the boys. There is a second incubator as a back up that is to hatcharound 4/5/16 so there will be chickens for the science project if the first clutch fails. Does the chicken embryo move in the egg? The one I candeled seemed to stay in one spot. Thanks for your help.
post #18 of 21
hey same with me it is just so cool looking at there embryos its cool
post #19 of 21

My broody hen got off the nest for 2 hours. Is that to long off the nest?

post #20 of 21
I'm new here so I hope I'm asking this question in the right thread. I candled my eggs tonight it was day 7 and I rolled them over the light๐Ÿ˜• upside down! did I kill them? Should I throw them away and start over๐Ÿ˜ I couldn't see veins either. ๐Ÿ˜ž
Edited by RanchChic - 12/12/16 at 9:48pm
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