Weird lines in egg while candeling??

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Ocikat, Sep 2, 2016.

  1. Ocikat

    Ocikat Out Of The Brooder

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    So I'm candeling eggs and there are two weird lines that I found here they are [​IMG] And i have no idea what this is please help
     
  2. Pyxis

    Pyxis Dark Sider Premium Member

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    What day is the egg on?
     
  3. Ocikat

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  4. Pyxis

    Pyxis Dark Sider Premium Member

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    I see that you quoted me but there is no answer :) I'm asking because if it has been developing, that could be blood that has pooled in those places after the embryo died, unfortunately.
     
  5. Ocikat

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    It's 8 days old sorry about the quote thing I thought I fixed it
     
  6. Ocikat

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    UPDATE: we decided to keep it in the incubator for some reason and the egg with lines in it has a chick that's kicking up a storm in there!!! It's the most active and the other chicks are growing fine
     
  7. n8ivetxn

    n8ivetxn Chillin' With My Peeps

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    [​IMG] Any more news?
     
  8. Ocikat

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    I forgot which one had the lines but one hatched today!!! I can't see it because I'm at school but my brother let me know that it hatched
     
  9. n8ivetxn

    n8ivetxn Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Awesome! Congratulations [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  10. Chelsieb

    Chelsieb Just Hatched

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    When it comes to do the first day of lockdown for hatching,do I need to take the eggs out of the turner and lay them flat on the screen to hatch or leave in turner.
     

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