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You can remove them and move them to the brooder. I move baby sometimes an hour after hatch depending on circumstances.
Usually it’s hard to tell based off of looks. Males and females make different sounds. But if I had to guess it looks like a male
The lower temps can cause later hatches so give the other eggs a few more days
Yeah they still need milk they aren’t supposed to be weaned until 8 weeks. Can you check their eyelids for anemia? They could have some internal...
My ducks took 48 hours to hatch I would wait a bit longer
What my aunt did when she hatched wild turkey eggs were that as soon as they hatched and fluffed up she took them to a wildlife rehabilitator to...
They take a while to fluff up after hatching and that yellow/brown stuff is just hatching gunk that most eggs have after hatch I think
I had a baby chick that had this problem. I hatched 10 eggs and all its siblings grew fine but it stayed the size of a newly hatched baby. at 4...
Have you candled the eggs recently? Maybe hold them to your ear and see if you hear pecking
What was your tempature at? Sometimes lower temps can cause later hatches
I think it’ll be fine but it will most likely hatch while your gone on the weekend
What type of ducks are they?
I think you can let them splash around in water a little bit but make sure they don’t get cold
Have any of them hatched yet?
If you see no progress by tonight I would peel a little bit of shell around the safety hole off just to help them a little bit
How long have they been internally pipped for?
All baby’s are different I had one pip day 25 and then others pip day 28 could just be some are enjoying their time in the egg before they leave
I had duck eggs that took almost 48 hours to hatch afternoon external pipping and I barely assisted them much
I don’t usually safety hole until 24 hours after internal pip and then I wait to assist more until after it’s been 24 hours since the external pip
Can you try to candle them just to check for movement? And if there is and she doesn’t return to the nest you can put them in an incubator