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Originally Posted by nikki1496 View Post

Well i may of just lost my whole hatch.. Came home to an incubator of 110 any chance they will survive or are they all done for?

I do not think the chicks could survive 110 for any length of time, if at all. Sorry to hear that this happened to you.

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Ugh sad.png I'm gonna let them go to term and see what happens
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Ugh sad.png I'm gonna let them go to term and see what happens

I really hope I am wrong and look forward to hearing that your eggs hatched.  Good luck.

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Originally Posted by nikki1496 View Post

Well i may of just lost my whole hatch.. Came home to an incubator of 110 any chance they will survive or are they all done for?

Was that the thermometer temperature (measures the temperature of the air) or a hygrometer temperature (measures the internal temperature of the egg)? If it's a hygrometer temperature they're cooked. If it's an air temperature then there's a chance they're fine depending on how long it was that high. Usually when you find an incubator's temperature is too high or to cold you can dip each egg in water that's between 99°-100.5°F to get them back to proper temperature. At this point it's been too long for that to make a difference. I would do the same as you're doing and incubate them to term. I hope they hatch fl.gif
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Originally Posted by shahtir101 View Post


I'm glad! Post pics when they hatch!

Will do, now just to get them that far! :lol: :fl

 

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Originally Posted by nchls school View Post
 

Not sure here, but the pullet in my picture is doing very well. It was her brother that was culled.

Oh! Well, the pullet is pretty then:) 

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Daisy: Muscovy house duck R.I.P.

Dandelion:Rehomed Muscovy house duck
Poe: Serama house chicken

Vader:Kangal/Great Pyrenees, Copper:Normand Basset Hound, Lando:Chihuahua, Chewbacca:Dachshund/Rat terrier, Han:Chihuahua mix, Leia:white Siamese mix, Walter & Ziggy Stardust:Guinea Pigs & Crush & Squirt:RES turtles & of coarse:CHICKENS!
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I'm sure you will have at least one hatch

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Serama lover! Home of the Super Serama Bunch! Don't forget cochins. 15 Seramas, 1 duccles, 10 layer birds! Make sure to follow Kate's Sassy Seramas as we are NPIP certified!

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Well the Hatching bug got me again, told myself I wouldn't hatch till spring but just popped another dozen Serama eggs into the bator😂
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Originally Posted by RockBottomFarm View Post

Well the Hatching bug got me again, told myself I wouldn't hatch till spring but just popped another dozen Serama eggs into the bator😂
Same here! I tried to wait till the spring, but I have serama eggs coming to me on the 7th

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Serama lover! Home of the Super Serama Bunch! Don't forget cochins. 15 Seramas, 1 duccles, 10 layer birds! Make sure to follow Kate's Sassy Seramas as we are NPIP certified!

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It was the at temp that said 110. They were like that maybe 3 hours? I'm gonna check them tonight see if i see anything good. I took them out and shifted aired out the hot air till it dropped to 90 and took the eggs out and cooled them
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