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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Poultrybonkers, Oct 21, 2011.
The temp can be before its starts growing?
68 degrees is when cells will multiply, and 90 is when it will form blood. These are not incubation temperatures though. Low temps like these cause extremely slow growth and the embryo will die in a matter of days. Healthy embryos grow between 98 and 101 degrees.
temp needs to stay around 99-100 for incubation as far as the lowest temp possable for them to start incubating and developing idk
Quote:I have eggs off to the side waiting to go in my incubator that was suppose to be here this week but instead it will be here on Monday
Can you move them to a cold storage.
45-60 degrees, moist, pointy end down, turn every day. Eggs can be held 7-10 days, 7 being the better of the 2.