Originally Posted by AmyLynn2374
First, You were saying how silly it was and why you didn't understand why we had to label our hatching groups.
I already said, your input and sharing your experiences was more than welcome.
and last Hands on hatching thread page 73, post 782.
Don't get me wrong, I love having people share what works for them and what hasn't, it's the reason for the two threads, I think people need choices so that if they try something that doesn't work then they have other options that have worked for other people, I just don't like to constantly be told that my way is wrong. I accept other's do it different, successfully- but I want to have the same acceptance.
Yes, it is silly to know that an egg is being color coded, again I have never heard of such, I know in hospitals they have things like Code red etc. but to hear it for the first time for an egg. Does sound silly...
I went to the hands on hatching page 73 and all that was talked about was hand turning them?? an the time? and again, I was talking as if you were a New hatcher, Have NO CLUE, you have been in this rodeo. Once again, I was giving input on there should be at least 4 hours in between Not a lot of people know this... it wasn't until you responded (not my first incubating) Tell me how would I Possibly know if your a new hatcher or a more experience one without that little quote???? AGAIN, I wasn't trying to insult you, just giving some advice..
and there is not post 782 on page 73 Post 782 wasn't even a message from me.
I have Never NOT ONE SINGLE TIME, critizied ANYONE to say "your way is wrong because of this or that". NEVER ONCE would I even say that, I will give input to try this way or that way to see if your hatching improves. BUT I would never tell anyone how to hatch. I have referred them to my website for some tips, and a lot of people have gone there and used one of my methods and have been very successful after having a failed hatching but I would only refer them IF, they ask me for help....
Seriously, I have never told you "your not going to be successful if you keep doing the high humidity". HAVE I? no, I don't think so, I simply gave my input of what happened to my hatching when I tried the high humidity... it's helpful to those that have had a failed hatching. Perhaps they too have tried a high humidity and ended up with a failed hatching, so giving them another Option doesn't seem like a bad idea..