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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Loretta212, Oct 27, 2011.
I thought the layer under the shell was supposed to be clear this one is white?
It looks fine, Loretta, just a little on the dry side. How high is your humidity? How long has that pip been there?
Yep, looks normal to me. But DO check the humidity. Don't get nervous over it, just if it's low, the chicks may have trouble getting out.
The membrane is always white on my eggs when pipped...
No humidity issues here...
Looks good to me...
nope its white but definetly quickly open the bator and pour like a gallon (well not a gallon but a lot) of warm water in to fill your trays (looks like a hovabator to me, with wire floor and what looks like plastic liner) and it should come out fine. Do not overlook this as i almost lost a chick from low humidity. She's alive and well but would have died if i didnt bump up humidity. Do your eggs a favor and put some warm water in (cold water works but it gets the temp down and the chicks might get uncomfortable
Quote:i just made sure all the spots water are supposed to go into are full added some nice warm water as fast as i could!
goodie goodie!!! do you think its the double yolker (saw it on other thread )
Quote:i wish i would have thought about lableing them at the time! i had 2 that looked so good and at lockdown i took everyone out of the turner and have no idea what eggs they were! i have 2 so hopfully one makes it!!!