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Whether hatching shipped eggs, your own, or your neighbor’s, cleaning eggs can be a dilemma that many face.
How dirty is too dirty?
Does cleaning harm the eggs?
Anxious breeders often ask these questions, and we’re here to help answer them.
The short answer is: only if absolutely necessary and with great caution. Cleaning can do more harm than good.

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Sometimes it is necessary to store eggs before incubation. If you are collecting your own eggs, for example, or if you bought eggs before having a way to incubate them.
It happens more than you would think, and it’s always better to be prepared just in case. Below is more information on how to properly store and handle eggs in order to get the best results. 

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“My power went out; will my eggs be okay?” Weather problems and other issues can cause a breeder undue anxiety, and we are here to help alleviate some of that worry.
So, if the power goes off, what damage is likely to have been done?
Will the eggs be okay?
Read this blog for more information on this topic.

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Have you ever wondered how to determine the correct humidity level in your incubator?
We all live in different parts of Australia where different ambient humidity levels effect the humidity inside the incubator.
So what do we do?

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