yes you do you saw veins and movement . that is worth more than a thousand pictures .
Yes, but it isn't helpful for yall!
very cold time of the year and a lot of us have had a problem with infertile eggs . so you may too.
I suspect so, Beta roo gets chased off and Alpha rarely... connects, ya know.
But wasn't what you saw so cool .
really in darker eggs all you can look for is a changing or cloudy look to the egg . starting at the air cell going toward the bottom .
since I don't do air cells and humidity is so high here I don't even look until look down . when dry is as low as you can go .whats the point. with my box candlers just look from the bottom I san see all the way through . .and only because you are unsure would I candle on day ten .
Ten and 14? or just 10 and then on 18? I am trying not to candle too much, I don't want to kill them....
whatever you get it will be you that gets it . we can talk and talk but you do the hatch and gain the experience .
I'd much rather learn the easy way instead of killing lots of chicks to learn! But yeah, some things I guess ya just gotta try, try again.
start if you are not already planning the next one . best get to my daily chores
Bwhahahahaha you kiddin me? I got my next 3 hatches planned!
336 hours and 52 minute update: All 13 still look good, saw some great movement in a few, which was fun. Air cells look a little on the small side, so I dropped the humidity to 30% When I check again for lockdown Thursday, I'll decide if they need another day and maybe lockdown Friday instead.
Edited by BantyChooks - 2/7/16 at 3:03pm