Turning.

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by conquest780, Dec 28, 2013.

  1. conquest780

    conquest780 Chirping

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    My question is that can an embryo develop inside the egg without turning. I am candling my eggs and I see very clear and healthy veins developing each day. But I also see that there are no veins on the other half of the egg. It's like a line in between the egg. One side developing and the other clear. I am kinda confused because I am not a candling expert.
    :D. Reply quick please.
     
  2. conquest780

    conquest780 Chirping

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    I set my eggs on the 24th early morning. So it should be day 6 .
     
  3. conquest780

    conquest780 Chirping

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    I will send pics later. I am worried because I think my brinsea mini advanced is not turning.
     
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    conquest780 Chirping

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    Both are of the same egg. In the second pic you can see a clear side. The second one is a little unclear.
     
  5. conquest780

    conquest780 Chirping

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    I think it's normal because I saw it in my last hatch but just to be sure. All 7 out of 7 are developing.
     
  6. conquest780

    conquest780 Chirping

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    Reply quick.
     
  7. taylamiller1

    taylamiller1 In the Brooder

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    I'm new to incubating eggs but mine are around a week old and they look the same, I would say it's meant to be like that
     

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