I'm a rookie on this forum and I'm also fresh to pea hatching! I've been reading and learning a lot from all of you. Thank you! I haven't had to start a thread as all of my question have been answered by previous posts.
Today is day 25 and 3 of 5 peafowl eggs are showing promising signs of development. I know it's a steep learning curve, but I'm trying to hatch them in a still air with a circulating fan installed.
My question is, I candled today (day 25) and my air sacks look very titled; two of the eggs are often caught rolling to another position after being turned. I'm wondering if there's a preferred way to set them in for lockdown? With their air sacks titled / or \ ...I hope that makes sense...
Also, I've found conflicting responses on "lockdown" am I suppose to put them on lockdown tonight? I have BS, Pied, and Spaulding in the bator. I've heard some weight there's, but I haven't been doing that. Is there anything else I should know about lockdown or hatching?
Thanks for any insight...I know it's late notice!