Florida’s weather


Jun 27, 2019
I’m nearing the end of my first hatch. I started with 23 eggs and am down to 5-6. I’ve had four hatch. One died a day later, and one just vanished yesterday, after about 4-5 days. From candling, it looks like the majority of the eggs should have hatched. But I keep going in to find eggs half eaten with a thick membrane hanging out. My concern is that with the weather in Florida, one being so hot, but two the constant humidity changes, especially right now, that it’s messing with the eggs (were hatching under 2 broodies.) Today is day 26 and I really think we’re going to lose the last of them and walk out of this with only 2 little chicks. Anyone else in Florida have success Without using an incubator?

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