|To:||Andrew Hall <>, Birding-Aus <>|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Oct 2004 16:10:24 +1000 (EST)|
Wouldn't heat also have the capacity to make the embryo rise? or float to be more precise inside the shell? two products being within within the shell have that capacity.
Andrew Hall <> wrote:
The Embryo would surely still "sink" in the egg and get stuck to the shell membrane without being turned ?
I'm very interested in this thread, as I'm currently building an incubator for all the Chukar Partridge, Quail and Pheasant eggs I have that the parents won't incubate themselves.
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