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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by dadsdeercamp, Mar 3, 2011.
the dust in the incubator after the chicks hatch?
It is part of their feathery down. It starts to fly as the chicks dry out. There will continue to be dust around chicks as they shed their down and grow their feathers.
yes... like when new feathers grow, they're wrapped around this waxy film that looks like plastic... that stuff just flys off and creates dust... it gets all over the place...
I agree with the above posters. If you have allergy issues, sometimes that fuzzy will give you a killer sinus headache.
thanks. i've never even really noticed this tell my wife pointed it out this morning.