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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Tumbling K, Dec 23, 2015.
pic of them in the bator, after turning.
There looking good Bert
Have you found your self staring at them yet? I do even when nothing is happening with them!!
I just can't help myself at all, it's an addiction!!
no York, not yet.
I just hope I'm there when they start to zip, and can take pics of the chicks leaving their shells. I am very curious which egg holds which type of chicken.
but for now, I will be happy if we just hatch some.
Looks like you are off to a good start. How's your humidity and temp holding?
I'm sure with all those eggs you have chance to get plenty of pics I tell you once they start zipping and hatching you will be glued
yesterday, after removing the second vent plug, humidity was right around mid 40's
temps steady at 100.
thanks York, I'm hoping so.
I shoot for mid 40's with my humidity too. It works for me and my eggs. When you candle you should be able to go on the air sac size to see if that's too much or too less humidity for you. Not sure if you have seen this chart, it's a good guide ~
so York, if the air sac is too big, needs more humidity? too small and it needs less?
or dyslexic am I, again?
Your right there Bert
You are dyslexic with this one!