4.5 degrees is not exactly a small difference! We discussed Handling Hatching Eggs in a previous post and if you recall they are to be kept at between 55-65 degrees. Granted in the winter my lightly-heated laundry room in slightly cooler and well within the correct temperature. The point I want to make here though is that the dryer top is only 3 feet off the ground, and yet the temperature of the eggs is varied by 4.5 degrees. Now I don't expect anyone to run right out and buy a temperature gun or any of the other crazy tools Mr Roboto seems to love....I just wanted to point out the differences in storage temperature in one small room. You can most likely get the same readings by letting a digital thermometer rest in each area for several hours. This is an excellent idea if you have any doubts as to whether the storage temperature is correct or not.
Which is exactly what I should have done....but then I wouldn't have gotten to play with this cool toy!
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