How long can an egg survive with no heat or humidity?

Nikkumz

Songster
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Mar 24, 2011
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So i was thinking of conducting an experiment...There is a hatchery that sells duck eggs for balut. They are incubated for 17 days then candled and delivered. The site says it would take 2-4 days for delivery. Im washington, they are in california so im sure it would be 2 days, or i can pay for express. Does anyone think these eggs would last 2 days to be able to try to hatch them after this?
 

Lodaa27

Hatching
7 Years
May 9, 2012
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Im pretty sure it would work.......
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I would suggest ordering for a closer hatchery for best results. Good Luck, and I hope the eggs hatch!
 

rahul2299

In the Brooder
7 Years
Apr 18, 2012
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India
better to ask your question to hatchery concern dept ? IN my opinion not more than 6 hours..
 
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