CANDLED EGG PICS day 1-17

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by stephanie1992, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. I made two charts everyone can use if they want. i took the pics myself, sorry there not very clear. i also took a pic of a blood vein, good air cell, and a detached air cell.

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  2. Fuzz Fuzz

    Fuzz Fuzz In the Brooder

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    Nice pics. I'll keep it on hand for my first hatch.
    Thanks very much.
     
  3. :) feel free to save them to ur computer
     
  4. Wyogirl

    Wyogirl Songster

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    [​IMG] GREAT JOB!!
    AYDA
     
  5. Fuzz Fuzz

    Fuzz Fuzz In the Brooder

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    Thanks i will save them on my computer.
    Tueseday or wednesday i will start my first hatch.
     
  6. Gyoza

    Gyoza In the Brooder

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    OMG This is what I've been searching for!!! My duck laid her first and second eggs and since it's a co-ed coop I want to know if the eggs are fertile. If I put them in room temp will it develop enough to tell if they are fertile? If not fertile is it still okay to eat?
     
  7. MyNameIs86

    MyNameIs86 Songster

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    what kind of eggs are they?
     
  8. Gyoza

    Gyoza In the Brooder

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    Pekin duck eggs
     
  9. u have to put them in the incubator to see any development. but u could open one and look for the bulls eye in the yolk that shows if its fertile. And there ok to eat as long as u dnt incubate them or leave them sitting out for over a week or so. ive ate eggs that sat out a room them for 3 days and they were ok. i didnt know u could eat duck eggs. are they good??
     
  10. Gyoza

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    Ducks eggs taste really good. For baking they are whiter and fluffier after beating. Which makes smoother cakes.
     

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