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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
That's a good way to do it if you have a spare bator.
Ok I zipped the shell, moistened the membrane then moved a bit of membrane and started to bleed. I have stopped, placed it in a warm moist towel and put in coolerbator.
Hoping that I haven't just killed it.
Very nice pics. Don't see how you could do any better
I think I would be looking for sticky chick before you start put the light on it .look at the inner membrane to see how drawn down it is give it a little more time. what's the humidity been for incubation and what is it now and somebody is a nurse so scrub up. a couple of pictures haven't posted any for a while
I just left TSC, and just had to share the conversation with the sales girl. She overheard me talking with another guy about Ameraucanas. She said "we had those this year"
Then she said "We also had some of those that laid almost black eggs"
I said "Black copper marans"
"No, it started with an A... Australorp! That was it!"
days 1-18 humidity was 35 - 45 % increased to 70% @ first pip. I am an er nurse lol. By the way love your pics.
I don't see any thing wrong is the chick out yet did you stop the suspense is killing me.
those poor salespeople rarely know what they're selling. When we got 12 ducklings last year, one I was told was a Pekin. I knew better. It was a blue Swedish, which is what j wanted anyway.
I'm a nurse too, and have the greatest selection of forceps, iris scissors, hemostats, etc - even a selection of surgical steel pans. I spent most of my time in solid organ transplant, but when I worked infertility they were getting rid of a lot of old stuff from their procedure room. No need to ask how many OR towels I have.... or why all the rags around my house are blue.....
X2 - you did a great job. How's the chick?