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Date Posted: 13:04:47 08/06/08 Wed
Author: Anna
Author Host/IP: 67.168.96.7
Subject: Re: When do you take the hatched chick out of the incubator?
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: When do you take the hatched chick out of the incubator?" on 12:40:29 08/06/08 Wed

I have 24 eggs in the incubator. It just worries me that it is day 19 and just one has hatched. I have thrown away 4 eggs that were rotten (starting to ooze). I am glad the little chick will be alright if no other eggs hatch though. When you guys collect your eggs to hatch them how long do you leave them out of the incubator? This set was collected over 5 days and stayed on the shelf in shot glasses until they went to the incubator.

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