Duck candling

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Is this normal? It's day 2-3is and they are Saxony bantam duck eggs. Thanks.
 

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IceHax

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never hatched ducks, but it seems pretty normal to me, especially since they take longer than chickens, so a day 3 chicken will already be more developed than a day 3 duck. At this stage you should just see the yolk getting a bit darker, as you see there ;)
 

Y master

Chirping
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never hatched ducks, but it seems pretty normal to me, especially since they take longer than chickens, so a day 3 chicken will already be more developed than a day 3 duck. At this stage you should just see the yolk getting a bit darker, as you see there ;)
OK thanks!
 

DuckyBabies

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I am on my first time incubating duck eggs (pekins) and I am on day 3 and my eggs all look very similar to these. Curious on how your eggs turned out?
 

Y master

Chirping
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I am on my first time incubating duck eggs (pekins) and I am on day 3 and my eggs all look very similar to these. Curious on how your eggs turned out?
this specific one turned out fertile and im expecting them in a few days! I think you just need to wait a bit. good luck!
 

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