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 Post subject: Incubation Period for Poultry
PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:26 pm 
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Incubation Chart for Poultry

Chicken * 21 Inc Period (days) * 100 Temp(F.)¹ * 85-87 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after18th day

Turkey * 28 Inc Period (days) * 99 Temp(F.)¹ * 84-86 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 25th day

Duck * 28 Inc Period (days) * 100 Temp(F.)¹ * 85-86 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 25th day

Muscovy Duck * 35-37 Inc Period (days) * 100 Temp(F.)¹ * 85-86 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 31st day

Goose * 28-34 Inc Period (days) * 99 Temp(F.)¹ * 86-88 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 25th day

Guinea Fowl * 28 Inc Period (days) * 100 Temp(F.)¹ * 85-87 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 25th day

Pheasant * 23-28 Inc Period (days) * 100 Temp(F.)¹ * 86-88 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 21st day

Peafowl (Excluding Java) * 27-29 Inc Period (days) * 99.5 Temp(F.)¹ * 86-87 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 25th day

Java Green Peafowl * 28 Inc Period (days) * 99.5 Temp(F.)¹ * 86 - 88 Humidity(F.)² * Do not turn after 26th day


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just thought id add pigeons around 18 days


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What if you accidently left them in the incubator?


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 Post subject: Incubation chart
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Thanks for the information. Regards John.


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Wonderful information. I'm not sure if the topic exists but can is it possible if somebody could take photos of what a normal developing egg should look like being candeled at various stages of development. I'm still finding my feet with artificial incubation and it would be really helpful.


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For the time being, this site might help, it has a few videos as well
http://lancaster.unl.edu/4H/embryology/ ... otos.shtml


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fuzzy_dragonfly wrote:
Wonderful information. I'm not sure if the topic exists but can is it possible if somebody could take photos of what a normal developing egg should look like being candeled at various stages of development. I'm still finding my feet with artificial incubation and it would be really helpful.


Hey fuzzy_dragonfly Kylie found this great set of photos on the web and posted it in incubation and chick section

http://www.australianpoultryforum.com/v ... php?t=2037

Just what I think you are looking for. It certainly helped me when I came to candle eggs for the first time.

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OK well I'm seeing blood rings is that normal? I think my incubator is set too low, I have had some sucessful hatches but those were from eggs at later stages of development.


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You should transfer your post to the incubation and chicks sectio so you can get better viewing and answers.

Blood rings are not good. Usually indicates the chisk has died.

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what does 100 F convert to in Celsius ?


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