Hello, I recently bought some ayam cemani eggs and got them in the incubator, and when I candled them I saw two distinct chicks forming. (have been hatching chicks for years I am SURE there are two in here) I only have one other viable egg from this order so I REALLY want at least one of the chicks from this egg to hatch successfully if not both (but I know that the odds are stacked against them).
So it is now day 16, and I can see a great air cell in the normal spot for one of the chicks, then a gap where I can see that it is glowing when the light is on there, so a gap with no chick and then the pointy end has the other chick. I assume I need to help these guys hatch? at least the bottom chick won't be able to get any air, and the other one might be too squished to maneuver properly either.
Anyways any twin chick tips? I would be less worried if they were just barnyard mixes (not that they don't matter too) but these guys weren't exactly cheap!
Also I meant to get a photo of the two embryos while I was candling them but I couldnt find my camera and my phone wouldn't take the low light photo, now that I have my camera the egg is too full to photograph, so the only photo right now is the egg itself:
Edited by angelobutter - 5/16/16 at 6:47pm