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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Chicken Charlotte, Nov 16, 2010.
I just wanted to no
Of course, because the egg is growing.
Will you see any difference? Probably not.
Would I do it? No. No point to it. Unless I needed too.
If it were at least twelve hours apart (more would be better) you might could tell a difference in a white shelled egg in less than a day. Darker shell colors I'd think probably not. It would be a slight difference though. I wouldn't candle so frequently myself.
When you candle so frequently, you risk the hatchability of that egg as you are removing it from a stable environment. I doubt you would see much change at any rate...