Brooder Temperature For Guinea Fowl Keets

Guinea fowl keets require heat in the brooder for the first 6-8 weeks after hatching and then the heat can usually be turned off after 6-8 weeks depending on the conditions where the brooder is located and the number of birds in the brooder. For guinea fowl keets the brooder temperature should start at about … Read more Brooder Temperature For Guinea Fowl Keets

Final Day Of Egg Rotation For Different Species Of Birds Eggs

Eggs need to be rotated for successful hatching. Eggs can be rotated by hand or rotated using an electric powered automatic egg turner. The automatic egg turner sits inside the incubator and automatically rotates the eggs during incubation. Egg turning should stop before hatching occurs. Here is a guide to the final day of egg rotation … Read more Final Day Of Egg Rotation For Different Species Of Birds Eggs

A Temperature Guide For Different Species Of Birds Eggs In The Incubator

Different species of birds’ eggs require different incubation temperatures. Here is a guide to the incubation temperatures for different species of birds’ eggs. Bobwhite Quail = 99.5 degrees fahrenheit. Canada Goose = 99.5 degrees fahrenheit. Chicken = 99.5 degrees fahrenheit. Chukar Partridge = 99.5 degrees fahrenheit. Cotumix (Japanese) Quail = 99.5-99.9 degrees fahrenheit. Duck = 99.5 degrees … Read more A Temperature Guide For Different Species Of Birds Eggs In The Incubator

Reasons For A Poor Hatch Rate Or No Hatching Eggs In An Incubator

There are many factors which can effect the hatchability of an egg and make the hatching process unsuccessful. Reasons for a poor hatch rate or no hatching eggs in an incubator are listed below; Old eggs. Infertile Eggs. Damaged eggs. Thin shelled eggs. Rough handling of eggs. Dirty and soiled eggs. Dirty incubator. Poor flock … Read more Reasons For A Poor Hatch Rate Or No Hatching Eggs In An Incubator

Incubating Guinea Fowl Eggs

Before Incubation The Guinea Fowl Eggs Before incubation guinea fowl eggs can be stored for up to 7 days. Store guinea fowl eggs with the pointed end facing downwards. When storing guinea fowl eggs before incubating, make sure that they are kept at a constant temperature of 18-20 degrees Celsius or 64.5-68 degrees Fahrenheit. Make … Read more Incubating Guinea Fowl Eggs