Another help question

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by aabbott, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. aabbott

    aabbott Out Of The Brooder

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    Last spring we incubated using the dry method and it was a huge success. I am hatching eggs for a friend and one has hatched on the 21st day- Sunday- and there have been no more pipping or sounds from inside the foam, fanned incubator. I have the one chick in a brooder box with a small stuffy to keep it company. I was wondering how long I should keep the other eggs in the incubator. I have was a little late (12 hours) in taking the eggs from the turner... would that effect the hatch?? I am hoping I will get more but am very unsure I will. Any suggestions for how long I need to wait? I will be hatching again, but having only one chick is sad..... Thank you-
     

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