- Aug 16, 2020
Oh no, Eggula!
I am totally new to this chicken stuff. I’ve been following this thread the whole time and find it so interesting. Is there any way you can explain what exactly this means? I have zero experience with hatching chicks, but a lot of interest.I took a peek, because I was going to put a sponge in the water any how. one pip, 2 in air cell, and 2 starting to bend the air cell, one not in air cell at all, but still okay.
Super interesting. Thanks!!!A pip is the first hole in an egg that is beginning to hatch. After the first pip, it could take another 12-24 hrs to hatch no help needed.. I currently have 2 pips now. and 3 in air cell (air cell is when the chick in the egg has poked a hole into the air cell, large end of egg, and taken it's first breath in the egg, getting ready to pip.)
The second pip is another brown egg...