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>Not necessarily, although you'd need good insulation, fast shipping and
>probably heating, although some folks don't like including heating.
>Clearly, waiting a few months is safer. Of course, maybe I should wait
>until my chilled eggs actually hatch into healthy fry (they got chilled to
>62F in transit).
Can you be sure 62F is the lowest temp the eggs experienced in
transit? Since you are a scientist, I am hoping you have a small recording
thermometer that registers high and low temps over a period of time? I
would like to get something like that if you have a source and
recommendation. It would be very interesting to ship such a device at
various locations at different times of year and record the min/max!
Matt Hirvonen, 5801 Taft Street, Middleton WI 53562
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