Quail Eggs Hatch Rate

If you are breeding quail and incubating their eggs it is important to keep a record of the percentage of total eggs hatched because this will help in evaluating incubation and hatch efficiency. Calculating Hatch Rate The percentage hatch rate is the percentage of total eggs hatched out. % hatch rate = number of eggs hatched … Read more Quail Eggs Hatch Rate

Reasons For Eggs Hatching Early

Eggs in an incubator can hatch early sometimes (resulting in chicks possibly hatching with bloody navels, being too small or dry). Possible reasons for this may include; Small eggs. Improper egg storage. Temperature too high in the incubator. Humidity too low in the incubator. Here are some handy tips to help prevent eggs hatching early; Choose incubation eggs … Read more Reasons For Eggs Hatching Early

Humidity Levels For Egg Incubation

Different species of birds’ eggs require different humidity levels when being incubated. Here is a guide to the humidity levels (wet bulb thermometer) for different species of birds’ eggs. Bobwhite Quail = 84-86 degrees fahrenheit. Canada Goose = 86-88 degrees fahrenheit. Chicken = 85-87 degrees fahrenheit. Chukar Partridge = 80-88 degrees fahrenheit. Cotumix (Japanese) Quail = 84-88 degrees fahrenheit. Duck = 84-88 degrees fahrenheit. … Read more Humidity Levels For Egg Incubation