@@Sally Sunshine yes! That was maybe it! Was that the same thing you linked me? Am I crazy?
yes it was, no problem campin! I figured you missed it! promise when I get time I will work through the abstracts and studies and try to explain things easier and actually write an article or just post and link to it. That was a ton of info, and those can get confusing and if you dont have subscriptions to the pages you cant read them in full anyways. I have membership to a few because of being part of the Pa Ag division and also because I am a poultry tech. You will have to research your breed and try to figure out what the standard egg weights are for your specific breed you wish to incubate. That can be done online searching for the breed associations as well as reading through forums. Not sure a bunch of info is to be found on your breed, but you can at least reach out and send an email to someone on the breed assoc. typically they list emails you can use. @campingshaws
Lagertha's eggs are 38-40g and standard for honas is 45-50g. So the 40 are pretty close to the low of average.
Did you see my question about ethics? That's what I'm really anxious over.
where in the same post? I am guilty of skimming I appologize if I did! I am trying so hard to keep up with everyones questions I need to just slow down and not accept messages and ask they post in open forum again, I just cant do it and try to keep up with what I have to do here at home. tag me, you know I always have time for you all no matter what.