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Our beautiful ladies and gentlemen free range. We have 7 roosters (Cochin, Bantam, and Silkie) on sight and 4 drakes (Indian Runner and Mallard) that love on each other all day long. Our fertile eggs are like a box of chocolates.... You never know what youre gonna get!! Chickens and ducks dont "play" together.

One Dozen Fertile Mystery Eggs

SKU: 364215375135191
$15.00Price
  • These eggs are ready to incubate. Please follow the guidelines for incubation

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    Chicken eggs should be incubated at a temperature between 99 and 102 degrees Fahrenheit (99.5 is often considered to be ideal) and 50 to 65 percent relative humidity (60 percent is often considered the ideal). To facilitate proper aeration and gas exchange between the embryo inside the egg and the outside world, the eggs must not be held in a tightly sealed container.  

    Duck eggs incubate at a temperature between 99.3 and 99.6 for 28 days. The humidity level should be 45-55% for the first 25 days and then increased to 65% for the last three days. If you are manually turning your eggs, you want to turn them a minimum of five times a day - turning 180 degrees side to side each time - so the egg spends every other night on the opposite side. This prevents the developing embryo from sticking to the shell.

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