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Horava

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Do any of these look viable to you? They’re shipped peafowl eggs - all between 26-28 days. They were all shipped. I think they’re all duds - but wanted some expert opinions. Sorry for photo quality - did my best
 

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OneHappyRooster

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I don't hatch peafowl, only chickens, but apparently peafowl take around 30 days to hatch. Those aren't viable, if so.

If they've been incubated for that amount of time, they are infertile.
 
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MGG

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Do any of these look viable to you? They’re shipped peafowl eggs - all between 26-28 days. They were all shipped. I think they’re all duds - but wanted some expert opinions. Sorry for photo quality - did my best
I'm sorry. All duds. Better contact the seller. Maybe they'll send you replacements or something? Were they packaged well? How far did they ship?
 

Horava

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I'm sorry. All duds. Better contact the seller. Maybe they'll send you replacements or something? Were they packaged well? How far did they ship?
The next state over. I thought they were packed well, but it was crazy hot the week, they were shipped - so maybe they overheated, or just got scrambled by USPS. Who knows. I’m bummed
 

ManWithChicks

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At this stage they should be almost black. I usually candle the first week or so to pull out duds. They wont have any blood vessels in them. (For chickens,, I guessing peafowl are similar)
 

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