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I just read that it takes 28-33 days for geese eggs to incubate. If you are supposed to stop turning 3 days prior to hatch, then which day do you pick? Also, does it matter what type of goose? I have Sebs.
 

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Lakota is right, but temp, will dictate hatching time, too high a temp speeds it up to low, slows it down, i actually never quit turning untill about two days before hatching, but i have also, do to time ect. not turned the last 6 days before hatch. I had Sebastapools, for about 3 or 4 years, they are great setters! next year, hang on too the "next" in line as too quality, and use them as setters. NO Incubator, can do what a REAL goose can..... JMHO Dave
 
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