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Some candling knowledges for sharing
When you are hatching eggs at home, it is good practice to keep track
of how the eggs are developing. However, this can be very difficult (if
not impossible) without the use of candling. Candling involves shining a
bright into the egg, allowing you to see its contents and check whether
it is developing properly.
When you are hatching
eggs at home, you will never get a 100% hatch rate. Some eggs will not
be fertile to begin with (these are called "yolkers") while others will
stop developing at some point during the incubation process (these are
known as "quitters").
It is important that you
are able to identify and remove these yolkers and quitters during the
incubation process, otherwise they can begin to rot and eventually burst
inside the incubator, contaminating the other eggs with bacteria and
creating a very bad smell.
Follow an appropriate candling schedule.
You should candle your eggs before you even put them in the incubator.
You probably won't be able to see anything, let alone differentiate
between good and bad eggs, but it will give you an indication of what an
undeveloped egg looks like, which can be useful for comparison later.
It may also be helpful to look out for any tiny cracks which are not
visible to the naked eye. Cracked eggs are more susceptible to harmful
bacteria getting inside and affecting the development of the embryo. If
you find an egg with a crack, do not discard it just yet, but make sure
to take note of the crack and check the egg's progress later.
Although some people will candle their eggs every day while they are
incubating, it is a good idea to wait until about day seven. There are
two reasons for this.
Eggs are temperature sensitive and constantly moving them in and out of
the incubator could negatively affect their development, especially at
this early stage.
Before day seven the eggs will not have developed very much and it will
be difficult to distinguish between good and bad eggs.
After the candling on day seven you should leave the eggs alone til
about day fourteen. At this point, you will be able to double check any
eggs that you were uncertain about the first time and discard them if
there are still no signs of development.
should refrain from candling after day sixteen or seventeen, as the eggs
should not be moved or even turned in the days leading up to the
hatching. In addition, the embryos will have developed so much by this
stage that they will fill the inside of the egg, so you will be able to
see very little.
Candling the Eggs
Valuable tools for the incubator user
Hold the egg above the light.
Set up your candling equipment in a dark room within close proximity to
the incubator. Select an egg from the incubator and hold it above the
light. The correct way to do this is as follows:
Place the larger end of the egg (where the air sac is) directly
against the light. Hold the egg near the top, between your thumb and
forefinger. Tilt the egg slightly to one side and rotate until you get
the best view.
As you work, you
should mark each egg with a number and take notes on your findings. That
way, you can compare the results of your first candling with the
results of your second candling.
Try to work quickly, but not so fast that you risk dropping the egg. As
long as the eggs are returned to the incubator within twenty minutes to
half an hour, there is no risk of the candling process affecting their
development. A mother hen will frequently leave her eggs for short
periods of time while she is incubating them.
Be aware that it will be more difficult to candle brown or
speckled eggs as the dark shells do not become as transparent under the
Look for signs that the egg is a winner. A winner is an egg with a successfully developing embryo. You can tell if an egg is a winner using the following signs:
There will be a visible network of blood vessels spreading from the center of the egg outwards.
With a weaker candler, you might just be able to make out the
clear bottom half of the egg (where the air sac is) and the darker top
half of the egg (where the embryo is developing).
With a good candler, you might be able to see the dark outline of
the embryo at the center of the network of blood vessels. You are most
likely to see the embryo's eyes, which are the darkest spots inside the
If you're lucky, you might see the embryo moving!
Look for signs that the egg is a quitter.
A quitter is an embryo which has stopped developing at some point
during incubation, for one reason or another. Some quit due to poorly
maintained temperatures or humidity, some are contaminated by bacteria,
while others simply have bad genes.
The main indication that an egg is a quitter is the development of a
blood ring. A blood ring looks like a well-defined red circle, which is
visible on the inside of the shell. It forms when the embryo dies and
the blood vessels supporting it pull away from the center and rest
against the shell.
indications that an egg is a quitter include the development of blood
spots or blood streaks inside the egg. However, these dark patches can
be difficulty to distinguish from a healthy embryo at this early stage.
If you are 100% certain that the
egg is a quitter (the appearance of a blood ring is a very definite
sign) then you should discard the egg immediately to prevent it from
turning bad and exploding inside the incubator.
Look for signs that the egg is a yolker.
A yolker is an egg that was never fertilized and has no chance of
developing an embryo. You can tell if an egg is a yolker using the
The egg looks the exact same as it did when you first candled the eggs before putting them in the incubator.
The inside of the egg looks fairly clear, with no visible dark spots, blood vessels or blood rings.
If you are unsure, leave the eggs alone.
If you think you might have identified a yolker or a quitter, but are
not 100% sure, do not discard them just yet. If you do, you run the risk
of throwing away healthy eggs.
make a note of which eggs have a question mark over them, then place
them back in the incubator. It is always worth giving them another
Check the questionable
eggs again on day fourteen. If there are still no obvious signs of
development or if a blood ring has finally formed, you can discard them
the conditions within the incubator and the changes in the eggs as
incubation progresses is necessary if the breeder is to be consistently
successful. We have developed a comprehensive range of practical, useful
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