🎃October Hatch-a-long 2020🎃

Muscovy Wunda

Crowing
Nov 5, 2018
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we have achieved lockdown status my friends .. these are my batch of mixed ebay eggs, ordered 12, received 14, tossed only one dud out at 7 days and one is iffy its too opaque so its still in there, didnt do another candling .. so 3 days to go thereabouts, the suspense is killin me :D
Best of luck!
 

LadyCraig

Chirping
Sep 3, 2017
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Virginia
we have achieved lockdown status my friends .. these are my batch of mixed ebay eggs, ordered 12, received 14, tossed only one dud out at 7 days and one is iffy its too opaque so its still in there, didnt do another candling .. so 3 days to go thereabouts, the suspense is killin me :D
Hi! I‘m new at incubating... for your shipped eggs, did you do anything different such as incubating fat end up? Thanks!
 

mcdze

Chirping
Sep 9, 2020
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Hi! I‘m new at incubating... for your shipped eggs, did you do anything different such as incubating fat end up? Thanks!
no, my exact procedure was get them out of the mailbox, 'very' carefully handle them while unwrapping, place them in the incubator laying on their side but since the design of my incubator places the eggs in a row i kindof propped the big end slightly up - you dont want it down .. then i started them about 15 minutes out of the mailbox ... the way i had it figured since this time of the year its warm and the mailbox is in the sun and warm, they had probably already started this time of the year ... so yeah, critical that they not be jarred or shook it can damage them, and i wouldnt 'let them settle' and sit out, they can settle in the incubator, get them in there, its their best chance ...
 

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