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Incubating Indian Runner Duck Eggs

Incubation Period

The incubation period for Indian Runner Duck eggs is 28 and a half days.

Incubation Temperature

The temperature in the incubator for Indian Runner Duck eggs is 99.5 degrees fahrenheit.

Humidity Levels

The humidity level (wet bulb thermometer) for Indian Runner Duck eggs is 84-88 degrees fahrenheit.

Final Day Of Egg Rotation

The final day of egg rotation for Indian Runner Duck eggs is day 25.

Please note that all of this information is only a guide and that this information may differ according to the incubator manufacturer’s guide.

Always consult the manufacturer’s guide when using an incubator and automatic egg turner.

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5 Responses to “Incubating Indian Runner Duck Eggs”

  1. steffanie says:

    Hi Sarah,
    we are 1st time breeders and have just 4 eggs in an incubator. 3 of them are moving a lot, but even on day 29 there is still is a clear air bubble that the ducklings don´t seem to have got in to.
    we have upped the humiditiy to 70% and are just wondering if there is anything else we can do to help them?
    Thank you for your time
    steffanie

  2. duck guy says:

    hi
    when will Indian runner duck eggs start to pip

    min started and they are 22 days old

  3. Nel says:

    hello,

    what is the humidity percentage (NOT FOR WET BULB THERMOMETERS!) for the incubation of indian runner duck eggs?

  4. sara says:

    Hi James,

    Thanks for visiting farmingfriends website and leaving your question. Depending on the time of year the ducklings hatch and the temperature outside, ducklings can in, the Spring/Summer time go outside during the day from about 2-3 weeks old. If ther weather is cold then it may be later than this.

    Just to let you know I have a free forum with a section on ducks that is popular with the farmingfriends members. Click here to check it out http://farmingfriends.com/forums/forum.php?id=5

    Do you have some eggs in the incubator at the moment?

    Kind regards

    Sara @ farmingfriends

  5. james says:

    hiya can you tell me from wen they come out of the incubater to the can be let out side on there own is how long? thanks alot james