Guinea Fowl Eggs In The Incubator

Yesterday I cleaned out the incubator and disinfected the tray and wire mesh that sits at the bottom of the incubator. Once it had all dried, I set up the incubator and plugged it in. I added water to the tray at the bottom so that the incubator could achieve the correct humidity levels.I left the incubator plugged in all night so that the correct temperature could be reached.

This morning I put the automatic egg turner into the incubator so that I could check that this was also working correctly.

I have now put 19 guinea fowl eggs into the incubator which I have been collecting and storing for the last few days.