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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by eggybritches, Sep 22, 2009.
I keep hearing about lockdown, and I understand what it is, but what is the benefit of it?
end of the incubation period. no more opening of the bator. locked down tight and upping of the humidity.
nice siamese. i have an apple head mix. sassy britches, aren't they! love them.
lesser humidity loss, lesser temp change.
So let's say I stuck a stray duck egg in the incubator with the other eggs a few days afterwards. My autoturner is going to stop turning but my lone duck is still going to need turned. Or is he? Should I just remove him and try again next time?
And thank you!
She's a complete lover when she's not being snooty.
Quote:it'll be fine. just leave it. a few days will probably be no biggie. i am sure every duck in the universe is not able to figure out exactly how to count 25 days. and none of them is exactly 100* all the time.
yes, my Lapis is a lovey dovey when she isn't attacking my hand or yelling at me for accidentally touching her somewhere off limits herself. (she was a stray for a long time and had no idea about affection. so she's siamese and stray sassy!)