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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by ronott1, Nov 10, 2015.
Thank you (am a little early, but need to deliver chicks new years eve-ish)
Bleach is a short lived product--It stops working very quickly so it will not kill the eggs.
It just smells bad is all.
It is not terrible but can lower hatch rate some and may make them a bit less vigorous.
You are already ahead of the curve though since the eggs were not shipped. You also were able to control flock health which is a huge factor.
Thank you for the input @kytinpusher and @ronott1. I appreciate it!
I will start the google doc soon.
Well, my faverolle eggs are all intact. And ALL are porous. Air cells are difficult to discern (im using a maglite until i buy an actual candler light tomorrow). I checked my swede eggs too, and only one is not porous. Not sure what to make of that. Stored cleanly, and clean nesting area with no visible soiling of eggs. I hope i get some viable chicks. Not sure what to do to help w that, other than keep really super clean technique like i try to do anyway.
They should still hatch fine.
Watch the air cell development--You might need to increase humidity.
You will be fine. I always forget too.
The egg in my avatar is a bit porous and a chick hatched from it.
You could hatch a chick from a golf ball Ron