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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by BirdBoy88, May 1, 2008.
As far as I know that is perfecto! I'm hatching for the first time, and have had temps at 99.5 up to 101.2 and these ducklings are growing like weeds inside their shells. Good Luck!
I think that a still air temp is suppose to be 101. I am not sure. Let me see if Miss Prissy is still online. I am pretty sure that I have seen her post this several times.
I would try to get the temp up a little bit 100.5 works good for my duck eggs.
You need more moisture than for chicken eggs and remember duck eggs take longer to hatch
Sorry it took me so long. It is 101-102 at the top of the eggs in a still incubator. Hope this helps.
THEY will be fine... I think they will hatch...
Do you know haw far along they are?????
Not really ... i asked my uncle did he know he said when he found the nest the other day she had already laid the 12 eggs so when we candled them i took note of the size of the babys in the eggs there not that big so i search through my books an found one about ducks an the pics in the book looks like the babys in the eggs between 4 an 6 days old