I have been asked about hatching guinea fowl eggs, “The only query I have is that the man who sold me the eggs said that he “dry hatches” by which I presume he does not put any water in the reservoir – what do you think? Lesley” My response was: Hi Lesley, I have always … Read more Humidity Levels – Should You Dry Hatch Guinea Fowl Eggs?
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Guinea Fowl Eggs For Hatching For Sale 6 guinea fowl eggs suitable for hatching in an incubator or under a broody hen. Only £3 plus £4.50 postage and packaging. Eggs will be collected and posted within 3 days of receipt of order. (Please note that guinea fowl eggs can be stored for up to 7 … Read more Guinea Fowl Eggs For Hatching For Sale In UK
Incubation Period The incubation period for guinea fowl eggs is 26-28 days. Incubation Temperature The temperature in the incubator for guinea fowl eggs is 99.5 degrees fahrenheit. Humidity Levels The humidity level (wet bulb thermometer) for guinea fowl eggs is 83-86 degrees fahrenheit. Final Day Of Egg Rotation The final day of egg rotation for … Read more Incubating Guinea Fowl Eggs – Incubator Settings
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