Choosing Eggs for Incubating

When we incubate we want excellent results and hatch healthy birds. That's why choosing eggs for incubating is important.

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Ideally, they should be put into the incubator seven days or less after laying.

You cannot wash eggs you plan to incubate. This will wash away the bloom and allow bacteria to get into the egg.

When choosing from a group of eggs, pick those with a ‘normal' shape.

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You want to incubate the ideal egg, no overly large eggs. You also don't want to incubate smaller eggs.

Make sure that as you collect eggs you are storing them point side down.

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