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First time tumbling eggs

Postby Tombu1u » Sun Jan 26, 2020 11:41 am

So my female peacock was holding for a couple days but i didnt jave a nursery tank so i stripped her. The eggs are in my tunbler but i cant tell if theyre good or not.
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Re: First time tumbling eggs

Postby stallion811 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 3:29 pm

Its been years since I stripped and tumbled, but here is what i remember.

If the eggs are white, prolly no good. I remember a descent orangish hue. Hard to tell from the pic.

As for the tumble...might want to turn it up a wee bit. U dont want them all floating, but they need to all move a pinch so they are not "in a pile" so to speak.

Good luck.
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Re: First time tumbling eggs

Postby Adamson » Mon Mar 02, 2020 12:53 pm

Tombu1u wrote:So my female peacock was holding for a couple days but i didnt jave a nursery tank so i stripped her. The eggs are in my tunbler but i cant tell if theyre good or not.


How did these eggs turn out?
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