mandarin egg incubation

nhbradley

Songster
5 Years
Apr 18, 2014
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Hi there,
Theres no real tips for incubating mandarin eggs.
Have the temperature set on your 37.5 degrees and humidity at 50-60% humidity and for the last three days stop turning and have humidity at 60%+.
Do use inside hydgrometers to compare readings on digital display.
Alot of people say mandarin eggs are nearly impossible to start of in an incubator but i have 5/8 silver mandarin eggs fertile in mine.

If you have any more questions i am willing to help
dan
I have two eggs out of four that are doing great. I just questioned whether I have two mist them or not. I am so thankful for all your help on backyard chickens
 
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