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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by erik520, Mar 31, 2009.
They are really hard to see but that third pic looks fertile to me. BUT like I said...hard to see ;D
i just not sure that they are, some eggs i let set in the bator for 2 weeks and they were no good.dont know if the roo is doing his job
yes but i am not sure the pics are a little hard to see. But in the second on i think theres a bull eye so that means feritle eggs
The last 3 look to be fertile to me. Good luck with hatching some!
i know i look like a donut around the white dot there just not growing
oh no now i feel bad i crack this one to check i killed a baby.
I see the white in them all, they looked like winners. Eh it happens, dont beat yourself up about it.
Not a baby yet, don't be sad ...we eat our fertile eggs all the time. Just be sure to keep them away from the warmth while you store them. Store them at about 50 degrees and 45% humidity until you collect enough... if you plan to incubate them.
thanks. but its hard not to be, i need some of these to be a male the roo died two weeks ago