sjhart18

Chirping
Feb 22, 2021
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So through a series of unfortunate events, one of my incubating quail eggs got pretty badly dented (bracubation, if you know you know), but the membrane wasn't broken. I sealed it with candle wax, but couldn't get the dent out without breaking the membrane. This happened day 5 and it's day six now and the embryo is moving around and the blood vessels all seem intact. Is there any chance this egg fully develops? Will I need to remove the wax when she gets bigger so she can "pop out" the dent and fully grow? Picture attached because it's truly a rather large dent.
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Sammi_0411

Crowing
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Mine cracked week before hatch i put nail polish on it sparkly all i had unfortunately probs not the best to used but i let polish dry let it be and it hatched fine xxx
 

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Sammi_0411

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So i would personally leave it be as been said dont want more bacteria to get in id just do ur normal routine candling locksdown like other eggs and hope for the best really didnt think mine would make it but they are a week old.now and doing great
Hope this helps
Sam xx
 

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