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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Sally Sunshine, Sep 15, 2015.
Set them, check again on day 7.
Do something like this but rotate them every couple of days--Incubators will still have temperature differences in spots.
Should I have gaps I between or keep them next to each other?
Should I have gaps I between them or keep them next to each other?
Keep them next to each other. Some experiments have found that they will hatch better if the touch. The thought is that there is some sort of communication between the chicks that helps them.
I'll put 2 or 3 together then skip a hole then do 2 or 3 more, believe it's whatever you prefer.
If I'm doing a mixed batch like I am now.. I group my lavender ameracaunas together, group lavender orpingtons together, and my wheaten ameracauna by itself because I only have 1. The app won't let me upload a picture.
Thank you everyone, I really do appreciate all of the advice.
I found this but it seems so huge. Where would I install it in an LG?
ETA It is 5" x 5" x 2". I measured the incubator and unless I make a cut it won't fit.
My eggS shipped today super eggcited!