Incubator advice needed

mandamay28

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Apr 20, 2016
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Hi ya'll. I have 5 beautiful Pilgrim goose eggs ready to go into the incubator. this is my first time incubating goose eggs soI just wanted to check before placing them. 50-55% humidity and 99.5 degrees, right?
 

Gray Farms

Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock
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Apr 11, 2016
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I usually incubate mine at 46-50% humidity with fairly good hatch rates "55-60% in the hatcher though". Also goose eggs to best I've found if you incubate them on their sides. And turn them 3 times a day. They really need to be turned completely over.
 

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