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Air sack huge on some eggs , but tiny on others on day 11 of incubation.

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So im gonna assume they will be fine, they are developing, but wondering if its normal. So here are the details, i have a mixed freeranged flock. I also ordered some fertile eggs and had them shipped. 2 separate packages, one from texas ,one from Florida. Well i candled them and the sacks were destroyed, multiple air pockets, and moved all over the eggs. I let them sit 24 hrs, still never reattached. Well i filled the incubator anyways. So total 44 eggs. 15 from Florida, 14 from texas , 15 from my coop as a control, ( ive personally had a 99% hatch rate from my flocks eggs, surprisingly from a cheap $60 ebay incubator ) anyways, day 10 candled, 5 nogos on Florida, 6 nogos on Texas, 100% development on mine. Cracked them open , and they were completely scrambled, looked like someone took a fork to inside of the eggs, (thak you USPS). Anyways, the 8 eggs i have left from texas, have huge airsacks, like 5 times the size of all the rest, and the development looks like they would be 4 or 5 days behind. The eggs from Florida look no different inside than mine either at this point. Do certain breeds develope differently? And im very sorry for the long winded post.
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This has pretty much been my experience with shipped eggs as well. Big and/or saddle shaped air cells and some delayed development. Some of them hatched, but a lot did not. fl.gif you have better luck than I did!
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