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Hatching Eggs

Hatching Eggs are different than Market Eggs Hatching eggs are stored in a semi-upright position and kept at an optimal temperature between 65-75° f. It is important the eggs don’t get too warm or they may begin to prematurely incubate. If they become too cold, the eggs lose viability. A few times a day the eggs are moved around and tilted to keep the embryo active and from clinging to the inside of the shell wall—much like they are inside the incubator. In nature, the hen will turn them as they are laid for up to two weeks prior to {read more}