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Thank u. I put a warm wet paper towel around it. I am having a hard time with humidity. All my troughs are full, have two wet rags, and a cup of water in it and it still wont stay where it needs to. Its gonna be a long night.
post #22 of 25
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Oh and it is still alive. I can see it breathing.
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by chalis View Post

Thank u. I put a warm wet paper towel around it. I am having a hard time with humidity. All my troughs are full, have two wet rags, and a cup of water in it and it still wont stay where it needs to. Its gonna be a long night.


Do you have any sponges and it's ok to mist all of the eggs. Every time I open my incubator I mist the eggs with warm water this helps also to bring up the humidity so it can recover more quickly. Also keep the egg you wrapped misted. The latest chick I have had hatch was on day 28, so have faith.


Edited by cmom - 2/20/16 at 6:25pm

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post #24 of 25
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I dont, but i do have a spray bottle. I didnt know you could still spray them at this stage.
post #25 of 25

There is no problem with it. I do it all of the time and have great hatches. If you have any more questions or concerns. I will be standing by to help you.

 

If you haven't read this and need some distraction this thread has a lot of good information. The information in this thread will work with many different incubator. The principles are the same.

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/601352/little-giant-incubator-tricks


Edited by cmom - 2/20/16 at 6:37pm

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