Are these eggs alive?

FlynnCahill

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Doesn’t look good to me but could anyone tell if any of these eggs are alive (it’s day 7)

- on a side note, I have a 6th egg which is from an olive egger, it’s very dark and I can’t see in it. I don’t have any lights bright enough, are there any other methods to check if it’s any good or should I just leave it in and hope?
 

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FlynnCahill

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I would leave them all except for the blood ring. I usually don't pull my eggs until lockdown. You never know, sometimes you get a surprise.
I’m in a bit of a dilemma, since yesterday it’s gone from bad to worse. Out of 6 eggs, I now only have 1 that looks good and has movement. 2 have blood rings, 2 just have no veins or anything. And the other one is a dark green egg and my light isn’t bright enough to see in.

Do I hope that the green egg is doing well and I’ll have 2 chicks?
Or should I just stop the incubation now so I don’t risk having 1 lonely chick?
 

Fluffy Lambs

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I’m in a bit of a dilemma, since yesterday it’s gone from bad to worse. Out of 6 eggs, I now only have 1 that looks good and has movement. 2 have blood rings, 2 just have no veins or anything. And the other one is a dark green egg and my light isn’t bright enough to see in.

Do I hope that the green egg is doing well and I’ll have 2 chicks?
Or should I just stop the incubation now so I don’t risk having 1 lonely chick?
I would take out the 2 with blood rings, and the 2 the that don't have veins, if they look really empty. Do you have pictures of the green egg? I'm a little confused about that one, so hopefully someone else can tell you a bit about it. At least there is one that is moving though!
 

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