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Goose Egg Moving Early

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Anyone have a goose egg that starts moving on day 25?  I’ve never seen that happen before?

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My goose eggs are on day 24 and move so I'm guessing it's normal.
It also means a early hatch
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I wonder if I should still wait until 3 days before hatch to stop turning.

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With chickens, I've had early hatches when the temp was slightly higher than normal.

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