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post #21 of 29
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Originally Posted by SuperBuckBuck View Post

None of them were rotten. But none hatched😭

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Have you done eggtopsies on them or are they still in there?
post #22 of 29
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How many days incubating now? What were your temps at? Sometimes lower temperatures have longer hatch times
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by Yorkshire coop View Post

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Have you done eggtopsies on them or are they still in there?
Ugh I should have done eggtopsies!! But I don't have the guts too. 2 of them were heavy, 4 were light weight. Mean anything?
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by Bawk2theFuture View Post

How many days incubating now? What were your temps at? Sometimes lower temperatures have longer hatch times
Temps were read good and the same on 3 different thermometer. Humid was too!!
post #25 of 29
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Hmmm🤔
post #26 of 29
For the life of me can't figure it out👎🏻
post #27 of 29
I have an ostrich egg i'm trying to hatch and the other knight i went to turn it and it was all wet and it has this bad smell to it when i opened the incubator to turn the egg. Is this normal?
post #28 of 29
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No that's not normal
post #29 of 29

Patience is a virtue.  I'm on day 23 or 24 of an incubation and the buggers are still pipping.  Yesterday I even water floated 7 and 5 sank, but I put them all back.  Last night one of the ones that sank started peeping when I tapped on its shell. Later it pipped.  Now 2 more are pipping.  

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