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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by BantyChooks, Jan 26, 2016.
Does this look good?
I really don't know what I'm looking for.
Texture is crumbly, but slightly moldable.
looks and sounds good what is your room temperature just watch the thermometer see how it does . average house temperature 70 degrees so now wait and watch fist wait of your first hatch is underway . welcome to the world of hatching it will be fun to watch you maybe bring back memory's
Temperature is about about 67-70.
I can't wait to get them set, but I am trying not to rush it.
well the fresher the better but it will all be fine you have a lot of good help so you will do good if the eggs are fertile then you have a great chance. now I\m washing dishes and about to cook diner and yes it is late I always feed them late .
Thanks, the oldest of them is 7 days old as of Saturday at 8:00 am. I might cycle the oldest out if I get more eggs.
well we shoot for ten days their ok you can if you want are they yours ?
Yes, from my hens, and they were stored properly in an egg carton since the day they were laid.
well then you can set a few more