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Do You Handle Or Candle Your Eggs


Ian McKay
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Might handle them if there,s a doubt that they might not be fertile,otherwise leave well alone.

 

 

I do - in the stock loft, to check the eggs have been filled - I use a torch

 

 

I used to, but last year I only done so for a couple of eggs.

 

2018 - No

 

 

often float stock eggs beneath racers .

 

 

Only in the stock loft, check them around 8 days using a torch.

 

 

Only stock when I am floating them under racers

 

 

only breed aff my stock birds i check every egg after 5 days why have birds sitting on infertile eggs full term :drinking-coffee-200:

 

 

Never leave well alone ,only handle to switch eggs under different pairs ,for last couple of years had 100% hatch bar 3 out of 68 so happy that way.

A guy might feel he is being singles out here.....Good job am no sensitive lol

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A guy might feel he is being singles out here.....Good job am no sensitive lol

 

 

Did not understand the part about Dummies Andy explained

 

If you read first question I asked for yes or no thought I would make it simple like me don't understand cryptic messages

 

I know you have a thick skin :emoticon-0136-giggle: :emoticon-0136-giggle: :emoticon-0136-giggle:

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