Early pipper?

WilsonChickies

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Dec 1, 2019
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I believe I had a chick pip while they were still in the turner. Today was the day to take them out and lay them to be resting until they decide to hatch. But I found this little gal after I had prepared my incubator for hatch and locked it down. Does this look like a pip? And will she be okay you think if it is?
 

MysteryChicken

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May 31, 2018
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View attachment 1976768 I believe I had a chick pip while they were still in the turner. Today was the day to take them out and lay them to be resting until they decide to hatch. But I found this little gal after I had prepared my incubator for hatch and locked it down. Does this look like a pip? And will she be okay you think if it is?
Picture is a little blurry, it could be, I've had early pippers before.
 

WilsonChickies

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I’m cracking up at myself y’all, on a closer look, it’s just a piece of hay on that original egg that somehow stayed stuck to it.


But on a happy note, we have our first actual pip! This little guy pipped about 4hrs ago:)
 

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