Instahatch #58 was shipped 1,258 miles to Gilbert, Arizona. This Sulcata Instahatch egg was shipped on 4/22/19, delivered on 4/23/19 and place in a 7 egg tiny incubator. The day after it arrived the outer shell starting to crack, but looked liked drying mud more so than a pip. So the owner cranked the humidity. […]
The 54th instahatch egg went to the director of theTurtleRoom!!!!!!!!!!!! He received a Sicilian western Hermann’s from the region of Madonie. It was shipped on 4/16/19, delivered on 4/17/19 and started to hatch 4 days later on 4/21/19. 56 days on incubation. Its doing awesome and is one gorgeous Sicilian Hermann’s.
When #51 hatched, the customer was so impressed and full of joy, she had to do it again. So she ordered two more the next week. So This woman hatched out three instahatch eggs!!!! #51 was delivered 4/9/19 and started to hatch on 4/10/19. #52 and #53 shipped on 4/15/19 and started to hatch on […]
I actually had the opportunity to hatch instahatch #50 myself. I had a close friend send me a marginated egg. I hatched it here at Tortstork. Sometimes i have friends ship me eggs, just to prove that this process is reproducible. It was awesome to hatch #50!
Instahatch #49 was a Sulcata egg. Shipped on 4/8/19. It started to hatch on 4/14/19. This egg was the first instahatch egg that was done in a homemade incubator. It made me nervous, but this customer assured me that the temps and humidity were spot on. 5 days after delivery, the Sulcata started to hatch. […]
The 46th Instahatch egg has shipped to its forever home to a very very small town called Show Low, Arizona!!!! It is an Ibera Greek tortoise egg. When i shipped the egg, the airspace was at the top and it was huge! It Shipped Monday 4/8/19, delivered on 4/9/19. When the egg was candled yesterday, […]
The stork delivered Tortstork’s 44th instahatch egg. The egg safely arrived in Arizona. the airspace was growing rapidly, which is the perfect time to ship, that means the tortoise inside is absorbing its yolk and preparing to hatch. Here is an unboxing of the egg.
A friend gave me this Emu egg, and I’m gonna incubate it!!! It is extremely hard to hatch one of these. The temperatures have to be steady at 96.5F, you have to rotate the egg a few times a day, and weigh it to make sure it is properly losing a certain percentage of weight. […]