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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by 96civic87, Sep 18, 2015.
Plz help. Im on day 10 and i dont think these eggs are changing am i right?
Yes, I agree. They are clears. Either they were not fertile or for some reason did not develop.
I did them in a cheap incubator $120 dollars. Im going to buy and seperate hygrometer and thermometer before next use to compare humidity and temps
Yes, definitely. Those could be simply unfertile eggs, but never trust an unchecked thermometer/hygrometer and NEVER trust the gages on a bator until they have been verified. I always use at least 2 thermometers in my bator (usually 3). Are these your own eggs, if so have you ever did a sample check for fertility?
Yea Civic they look like clears to me also. See how they look porous or could be. Wouldn't blame it on your incubator just yet.
Edit: I would do what Amylynn is saying and double check everything also just to rule out temp problems.
So you saying infertile? I have eaten my eggs and there was a white dot on the yoke
All yolks have a "white dot" it's the blastodisc. When the egg is fertilized the blastodisk becomes a blastoderm and the white spot takes on an appearance of a bullseye. I'm not actually saying they are or are not. I'm saying it's a possibility. Here's some examples:
That last one might have something in it but the others look like clears to me.
I have a really good candling pic i will share. I am a candling addict!!! This is at like day 7 with my ducks
Granted: they are Very easily candled, the eggs i have, but u should see at least some veining. And a reddish mass in the center. Are you incubating dark eggs? Are they Your flocks eggs? How large is your clutch set? Is this all of them? Outa curiosity what kinda bator are u using?
This is an egg i was eating