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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by ~Kuromametchi~, May 5, 2009.
Good Candle for 3rd day?
sorry the first pic is so blurry you can't see anything. The second one doesnt look good to me. that light is way to close to the eggs and looks like it will cook them.
Ditto - from what I can see in pic #2 you should move the light (unless its just the way the pic makes it look) and its to soon to tell with the eggs unless you have candled 10093 times (plus your eggs look brown and that makes it ever harder) Dont toss any eggs till day 12ish. Good luck and happy hatching.
well its a 7 watt light bulb and the other side of it is like way cold and the theremometer i put up to the eggs and there exactly 92.2 degrees F
isnt the temp ment to be 99F and how do u mesure humidity? and what are u incubating in?
I don't right this minute about a week before due hatches i will get a hygrometer and water in a cup lol
what are u incubating in?
Ok i got a box to a 1000 piece puzzle and cut a square hole in the top and tapeda sheet of glass to the top and put the light bulb through a hole in the side and i have 7 eggs on top of dish towels so far lookin good lol
right well good luck with that its best to candle on days 7 and 14. but if this bator u made doesnt work i would try either buying a styro bator and making one like this it doesnt cost much to make and works great my friend just hatched 4 out of 6 eggs in one 80% hatch : https://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=1996-chic-chick-bator
my friend just put a light in there and a water dish thermemerter hydrometer combo thing let it stableize and put the eggs in and turned them 3 times a day and used towels to raise the temp if it got low i think she had either a 15 or 25 watt bulb in there .