Help with hatching goose eggs.
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looks fertile, don't know your humidity? I have found 'dry hatch' seems to work better... try to keep it below 45% if possible... When I did the higher humidity and sprinkling, my eggs did not hatch well....condensation is not a way to tell, but if I get condensation, it is usually way too high. You need to figure out your humidity. They don't need as much as duck eggs.... and even those I am hatching at a lower humidity than the books 'say'... I get better results.... FWIW
Look up some of the Incubator websites here, or like Murray or Strombergs or anyone who sells incubators, even Amazon. It needs to be very accurite and one that reads humidity too, if you can. One that is made for incubating....
Edited by Madonna m - 4/25/16 at 3:22pm