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Checking Fertile eggs???

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How do you tell when a quail egg is fertile? I Thought I should know before hand....

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Breeder of: Danish Brown Leghorns, Pekin ducks, Spanish black turkeys, and mealworms. Shorty adding: Peafowl, and Superworms, Order your Chicks, eggs and Adult birds today!

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post #2 of 15
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Originally Posted by Tikkajazz94 

How do you tell when a quail egg is fertile? I Thought I should know before hand....


No way to tell!! Unless you Incubate it, then Candle it!!

post #3 of 15
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well. Since I got my first egg. I read that Normally, the first few eggs aren't fertile. Thanks thumbsup

Breeder of: Danish Brown Leghorns, Pekin ducks, Spanish black turkeys, and mealworms. Shorty adding: Peafowl, and Superworms, Order your Chicks, eggs and Adult birds today!

Please check out my Blog: http://teenagerlife94.blogspot.com

Thanks,

TikkaJazz94

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Breeder of: Danish Brown Leghorns, Pekin ducks, Spanish black turkeys, and mealworms. Shorty adding: Peafowl, and Superworms, Order your Chicks, eggs and Adult birds today!

Please check out my Blog: http://teenagerlife94.blogspot.com

Thanks,

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post #4 of 15

I have been able to differentiate a blastoderm from a blastodisc in cracked eggs. Look for the bullseye!

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Originally Posted by Chikndinner 

I have been able to differentiate a blastoderm from a blastodisc in cracked eggs. Look for the bullseye!


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Originally Posted by Frankallen 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tikkajazz94 

How do you tell when a quail egg is fertile? I Thought I should know before hand....


No way to tell!! Unless you Incubate it, then Candle it!!


There is a way you can tell, it is called bullseye

post #7 of 15

Here's a thread to see what it looks like..

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16008

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Frankallen 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tikkajazz94 

How do you tell when a quail egg is fertile? I Thought I should know before hand....


No way to tell!! Unless you Incubate it, then Candle it!!


There is a way you can tell, it is called bullseye


Do you crack it open, to see the Bulls EYE??? If you do, There is still no way to tell!!

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Originally Posted by Frankallen 
Quote:
Originally Posted by thekid 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Frankallen 


No way to tell!! Unless you Incubate it, then Candle it!!


There is a way you can tell, it is called bullseye


Do you crack it open, to see the Bulls EYE??? If you do, There is still no way to tell!!


http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=16008 that might be a little helpful

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Thanks thumbsup

Breeder of: Danish Brown Leghorns, Pekin ducks, Spanish black turkeys, and mealworms. Shorty adding: Peafowl, and Superworms, Order your Chicks, eggs and Adult birds today!

Please check out my Blog: http://teenagerlife94.blogspot.com

Thanks,

TikkaJazz94

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Breeder of: Danish Brown Leghorns, Pekin ducks, Spanish black turkeys, and mealworms. Shorty adding: Peafowl, and Superworms, Order your Chicks, eggs and Adult birds today!

Please check out my Blog: http://teenagerlife94.blogspot.com

Thanks,

TikkaJazz94

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