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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by halo, Mar 30, 2008.
Is there anyway to do this, or do we just incubate to the end and pray?
Sometime after day 10 you will be able to see a bit. When the air cell gets larger you will be able to tell if there is movement if you watch long enough. It is pretty hard but you can tell if they are duds or not. It is hard to describe but it is not impossible to candle them I had a bigger problem with the green eggs.
I candled my Welsummer eggs at day 10 and 15. Day 10 gave me a good idea of what was going on. By day 15 I could tell which had growth and which were duds.
I'll have this happy problem very soon myself. Good to know.
Mine have looked the same from day 10 just a black mass on all of them is this correct or if not what should i be able to see?
I ended up doing option 2
I see (or don't see) why lt brown eggs should be included if possible during each hatch. Yeah, more chicks.