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    Curious if anyone has ever weighed their eggs and at what time during the incubation process. Thanks!

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    Not much point really. If you take 5 seconds to candle them you can see how much it has developed by how dark it is. Its best not to disturb them too much.
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    Well I'm aware of candeling. Just curious about egg weight. So far I have one clutch at 5.16 grams roughly(35 days) and an egg at 5.33 grams(25 days). Second egg was bred with a super giant and Normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeko View Post
    Well I'm aware of candeling. Just curious about egg weight. So far I have one clutch at 5.16 grams roughly(35 days) and an egg at 5.33 grams(25 days). Second egg was bred with a super giant and Normal.
    Personally i would stop with the weighing. Id imagine you can go by the size of the egg to guage whether ita going to be big or not. Afterall it can only grow as big as the egg will allow.
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    Lol. Cool thanks

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