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post #31 of 32
So now its my turn im on day 21 and i know all was live a well at day 18 my tep is 99,7 and my hum is stabme at 65 im pretty sure i hear a little bit of internal peeping but it stops for some time and then starts again and stops you get the memo still the have been no external peeping and its about 5 hours since i heared the first peep from the egg's i have not opened my incubator at all since day 18 should i worry
post #32 of 32
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Originally Posted by HenchantedAcres View Post

Still no external pip. Chick is still peeping and moving. Called my husband at home and asked him to raise the humidity to 65-70 from 63. Not sure what else I should do at this point. I won't be home from work for another 3 hours. sad.png
I am fairly new to this incubation thing myself but I have a friend who has been do I g this for a while and she said your humidity needs to be 80% at lockdown through hatch or you may be helping them all hatch because they will be too dry to do it themselves.
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