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    Re: 99% Humidity. Eggs dimpleing.

    Quote Originally Posted by IrishBalls View Post
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    Day 46 now

    How do they look guys?
    The look good! I've had eggs die late term: so it is impossible to say that they will all make it at this point.
    My eyes see that a few of those eggs are still slightly dehydrated and *may* struggle to hatch. In this event I would assist by making a small incision on the top of all the eggs after the first few have pipped.
    *.* TNTC

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    Whether they're going to hatch or not there's only one thing you can do:
    Incubate Until There's No Debate
    Just keep incubating them until you know they aren't going to hatch yet. It could help to raise humidity a little bit but they should be fine. Breeding is all about patience, just keep trying and you will succeed. Keep us updated

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    Thank you. I thought they looked okay. I will try upping the humidity in the egg box.

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    I have a digital hygrometer in the egg box. Its telling my its 99%. I suspect it might be telling me lies.

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    Re: 99% Humidity. Eggs dimpleing.

    Try adding 1-2 more hygrometers, having 2-3 will give you precise readings. 99% is a possible and even likely measurement.

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