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#16 Terrier15


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Posted 13 March 2017 - 02:10 pm

Hi Jok,

First lot are hatching with no worries.

Second lot have another 2 weeks to go.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 06:40 pm

Morton, what do you mean cleansed?

Jok has given me plenty of advice and trying his method I have now got 15/16 eggs fertile. I haven't cleaned any of the eggs before putting them in the incubator, do you think this will cause issues?


Washed thoroughly with a quality cleansing agent,i used to use anything that sterilised baby bottles.You can incubate 50 hen eggs that are not cleansed and you will lose a small proportion,if the incubator is not sterilised you will lose an higher proportion at the next hatch and so forth.You can set an incubator up to take 2 eggs of something far more valuable,in conservation terms and you cannot afford the percentages that un-cleansed eggs offer,especially to the incubator.

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