Source: Backyard Chickens
This guide is intended to help people new to incubation learn how to properly incubate and hatch eggs. It will walk you through how to incubate and hatch most common types of poultry, such as chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese, etc. Read Article
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Are you still in the dark about candling eggs? This article will walk you through it with descriptive and detailed pics. Or, you can be lazy like me and just wait to see if your eggs hatch! It’s a sure thing my way, if they hatch, they were fertile, if not… they weren’t. ha ha!
by Jono’s Urban Farm
Growing & eating small scale, local, ethical and sustainable produce.
So you’ve got chooks and a rooster and you want some chicks. But how do you know if the rooster is doing his job?
The way to check eggs to see if they are fertile is called “candling”. Continue Reading
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Candling Eggs Progression Through Incubation :” There are some particular detailed signs to look for at all stages of growth“