Incubating Turkey Eggs Question

treasurificgal(z8A CA)March 30, 2013

I am about to incubate some turkey eggs, some of which are very dirty. Should I clean them before incubating, or not?

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WoodlandHomestead

You should brush off the dirt and manure without damaging the surface of the shell. You don't want bacteria to enter the shell and harm the poult.

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