I wish it was day 28 already!
I read a few post that talk about better hatch rates when hatching in an egg carton. Most of the posts were chook related and got pretty heated. Just wondering what you duck pros are doing and what your experiences have been. Photos would be much appreciated.
I'm assuming the pulp cartons would be used rather than foam...?
Are they trimmed down at all?
Holes in the bottoms?
Egg position would be...? perfectly upright (aircell)? Side-tilted?
Some of my air cells are wonky shaped, they dip on two sides. Is that normal?
kwack (the name's funny if you know what I do for a living)