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I referred to these often the first few times I incubated eggs-such a great resource.
I’m currently watching some eggs under three broody hens. Thanks to the clear and specific information in this article I was able to accurately assess the eggs today, culling two duds and replacing the other developing ones. Thank you!
Just started incubating eggs yesterday for the first time. Looking forward to candling them.
You are so patient to undertake this excellent presentation. I am setting up to incubate my own chicken's eggs and this is such a wonderful guide. thank you.
I scrolled slowly so I could really look at the eggs, each time the progress made me want to see them hatch; thank you for that appreciation of a new life formation.
Everything was done in an entirely professional way photographs showed what could be showed clear indiscernible stages of development. As is always the case whenever you trying produce something like that as the embryo develops it becomes less and less discernible what's going on inside the egg because it gets shadowed so badly by the developing chick
As I said excellent presentation very well put together done in a very scientific way which I can appreciate thank you very much.
Great photos! This makes me want to hatch my own.
wow props from top to bottom;Great custom incubator, probes, heating system. Day by day pics, doesn't get better!!!!