- Innocent Bystander
Any chance there are lingering effects from the bator being broken?
Is that two hatches in a row we are on the same schedule?
Today is day 9 and I'm planning on checking all eggs today in the classroom, since I didn't get a chance to look at more than a few before I was crowded by kids on Monday morning :) The 2 I looked at were clear though, if they're still clear today I should toss them right? I need to see veining and possibly a dark spot, correct? (I've looking at the candling threads and pictures, trying to get an idea since I won't know what I'm looking for until I see it with my own eyes!)
Fingers crossed the other 4 look good--one is a dark colored one so I might not be able to see anything.
5 of the 7 were clear, but 2 were growing!! The dark egg was hard to see, but the dark space inside was similar to the other egg that was good, so I'm just going to keep it in there.
We even saw the chick MOVE inside the lighter egg which was so awesome. I'm going to candle it tomorrow for the kids to see. How long can I keep the egg out of the incubator? We have to run across the hallway to an under the stairs storage room to be able to see anything, and we can probably only fit 7ish kids in there with me, so I'll need to do 3 groups. If I just rush them all through in about 5 minutes is that ok? Or should I space them out and put the egg back after every group for a little bit?