Silver Duckwing Bantum Egg...help! never done this before...

FamilyFarm6

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Sep 12, 2014
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Our little lady laid 9 eggs and was nesting perfectly until a windstorm blew all but one egg to the ground...
:( The lone survivor was not accepted by mom, so not knowing what to do, we put it in a plastic dish basin with some shavings.
I read some info online, and tried my best to keep proper moisture and heat. There is a crack in the small end (not where air sac is) that we misinterpreted as a pip at the start of the week, but no further activity until today.
At the larger end there is oozing today. Its clear/reddish...can anyone tell me if this is a good or bad sign??
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
 

Wisher1000

Bama Biddy
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Mar 31, 2010
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Take a sniff and you will likely have no doubt that it is time to toss that one. Seeping and cracks at the small end are never good. Sorry.
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ETA
When I say toss, I really mean gently place it in a zip lock bag, seal it well, and place it in the outside garbage can.
 
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