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Posted by SLCT_Rep777 on March 30, 2003 at 15:51:31:
In Reply to: Re: Containers for incubating eggs - how many holes??? posted by mikecoscia on March 28, 2003 at 12:17:01:
:The amount of holes to make if any really depends on the incubator or how you are incubating them. If you have a large incubator with built in water reservoirs and fans blowing over them, you donít even need a lid. If it is a small hovabator and you have a small container of water in with the eggs then a few small holes will suffice. If you are incubating them without anything (just sitting on a shelf) there should be no holes. Just open the container once a week or so to allow gas exchange. So it really depends on your certain situation on how you go about doing it.