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Hello All,

I have a budgie pair the hen started laying eggs last month 23/082022 and by 27/08/2022 it had laid up to 4 eggs. But now its been almost a month now but still none of the eggs have hatched. As per the below link I understand that the eggs should have hatched between 18 - 23 days. Momma hasn't pushed any egg out of the pot and also this is the first time she has laid the eggs.

I also took the eggs and placed above mobile flashlight but I couldn't see any life for all the four eggs. What should I do now?

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Remove the pot and do not put it back in the cage, and dispose of the eggs. Please read the info in these links
 

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