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SERAMA INCUBATION TIPS ~ Not hard to hatch after a few tips!

SERAMA INCUBATION TIPS
By Sally Sunshine, Mar 22, 2017 | Updated: May 16, 2017 | |
  1. Sally Sunshine

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    SERAMA INCUBATION TIPS

    I start my serama at 50-55 humidity CALIBRATED, I run a hot bator at 100.5 CALIBRATED, I run at that for all my eggs....... on day 7 candle, day 10, 12 14 16... "I dont candle all after day 7 just a few to keep track of air cell growth. " I adjust humidity throughout via looking at air cells. I lock down day 17 or when draw down had begun & raise HUMIDITY 72%-75 CALIBRATED HYGRO!LOWER TEMPS ON DAY 18 = Temp Min 98.0 Max 98.5

    KEEP in mind with serama, they are small, so in the last FOUR days weight loss can drop quickly and what you thought looked like a good air cell now has gotten way too large. so its fine to candle more to keep a closer eye on them!



    NOTES LINKS & Informational POST LINKS - SEE CANDLES SECTION
    Hatching Eggs 101 CLICK HERE

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    SHIPPED EGGS = CHANGE OF PLANS!

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