HI I JUST PURCHASED EGGS ON EBAY, AND I HAVE AN INCUBATOR BUT WHEN ITS TIME FOR THEM TO HATCH THE WONT HAVE ROOM THERE LITTARALLY PUSHED TOGETHER, AND I ONLY HAVE $30 SO PLEASE EMAIL ME IF YOU WANNA SELL ME ONE OR EMAIL ME A WEBSITE WHERE I CAN GET ONE
Answers: Hey,Your eggs may seem crowded but when they hatch they will be just fine.Let them dry before you bring them out of the incubator.What i do after they hatch is i bought a huge $21 storage container(Rubbermaid ext.).What you do is add pine bedding to the bottom of the container about 1 inch deep so it will adsorb adjectives the moisture. This also prevents spray leg as well.After you have all the bedding within place you will need to hook a heat lamp on the side of the container,clear sure that the shield is not touching the plastic as you do not want to start a fire.Also make sure that it is not too close to the bedding and the ducklings.(keep the restrained looking straight ahead so they wont get over heated)make sure that you leave the lid past its sell-by date of the storage container.You will want to make sure that the container that you use for water is not too big to where on earth the ducklings will fall in and drown.Ducks also grow fast but they will obligation heat for the first 4 weeks of their lives.They are full grown in about 8 weeks depending on the breed.I hope adjectives goes well and good luck.You can find the fry lamps and the bedding at wal-mart or your local feed store.