Why Is This Hatch So Bad? Tips For A Better Hatch

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  1. eggs what not function put near lacke into hole at 1meter distance de tree banana into hole —–eggs have minerals ,more phosphor and feed root tree for good production banana or mango

  2. troops chicken ,,,,,,,TATAI Make at chicken a shelter roof for grow up number chicken mature what make eggs ////// and capital for field azzola transformation sunlight into food

  3. Lazada sell some small dehumidifiers that might work for less electric cost. Maybe build a small box around it so your not taking the moisture out of the whole room. Some of the dehumidifiers listed are already in the Phils so possibly they could ship soon.

  4. Do you think the humidity was to high or to low? To high to me I am sure a few days before they are due to hatch you have to lower the humidity

  5. In the UK I had some bags in my van that removed any moisture in the air to stop condensation it changed colour when it was full so you just put it in the microwave for a few minutes to dry it to reuse it, I suppose you could use salt in a cloth bag like a sock to lower the humidity for the last few days then dry it in the oven after use JUST A THOUGHT TC Bill

  6. I’m sure you prob know some or all of this but thought I would share anyway and you did mention in this vid, found on the net…. Sticky chicks are an indication that the humidity levels were too high during the incubation process and hampered the absorption of the albumin. Sticky or wet chicks can also be a sign of a too-low average temperature along with excessively high average humidity. High humidity tends to produce a late hatch; low humidity an early hatch. A vid I watched also mentioned to make sure that the vent area is clear so that the chick can releave itself. Who would had thought egg development was so complex, very interesting.

  7. 😁😁 Ya, the humidity isn’t even all that bad now. The rainy season will bring 99% humidity. I see some people are suggesting a dehumidifier. That, and sealing the room might be a good option. Or, like you say, sealing the room with a small AC unit will most likely work as well (especially if the AC unit has a “DRY” or “Dehumidify” option. A regular AC dehumidifies the room naturally, but it may not be able to keep up to 99% ambient humidity. Sealing the room alone would probably make things worse with very little air flow and heat building up inside. I know you can buy Dehumidifying canisters as well, with some kind of moisture absorbing compound in them, but I’m guessing you’d have to enclose the incubator with a giant box around it with canisters and incubator being within the box (ex. upside down refrigerator box). But, this may make the entire incubator heat up too much. Tough choices! I’m sure you’ll get it figured out though. Hopefully on the first try.


  8. Brian I flipped houses for 10 years. I’d use dehumidifiers for the basements and drywall to dry up quicker. You can set those for different humidities. If that hatchery is in a small room you can cover the walls with plastic and just get a small one. Lot cheaper than air.

  9. If you don’t get the condition right your pissing into the wind. Like gardening the soil must be right or your going to get wet.😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣

  10. And I thought it was humid where I live!
    Had assumed all along, you were using those watering channels in the base. I remember before you using socks before on the other incubator to control humidity.
    Perhaps once Maricel transfers to the second bedroom, the main bedroom would suffice meantime, to reduce humidity problems?

  11. 1/2hp window unit should do it. You could just put a mini split inverter aircon (save on $) in your bedroom and move that window unit to the shed. Roll on the tarpaulin (blue side out for god sake😝) and voila! Mini split inverter is not really that much more money. I thought they were too dry not too wet. There I was suggesting wetting them with a spray bottle. I forgot they shed moisture over time and that membrane on the inside can make it hard to pip if it’s slimy rubbery?

  12. Maybe insulate the room and add an extraction fan and give that a try or maybe set the incubator up in the dining room (I know that’s not really an option)

  13. Hi Brian,poor little chick’s you are so gentle with them.
    I have been noticing thar your channel is getting more ads ,by big company’s and to day started with government news.
    First 2 long ads
    In the middle another 2
    Two very long ads after you finish.
    I only knew when the ads started to appear during the your tutorial.
    I will keep an eye on it for you .if it would be of interesting to you,I can count them.You have a lot on your plate .

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