Originally Posted by iky114p
Hi some advice needed incubator temp is hard to control due to high ambient temp which is 44 45°c can seem to bring down the incubator temp and advice or tips would be very helpful thankyou
Is there a way to turn the temp down. That will cook the eggs. If not I wonder if adding water could help.
Originally Posted by Dianne88
Putting in my first ever peafowl egg in the incubator today. Wish my luck!!
Any advice would be appreciated!
Make sure temp is around 100 F. I go with 99.6 F and 60-68% humidity. Humidity can be different for others.
Originally Posted by De Beauchamp
I'm sorry if I'm posting on someone else's post but two of my 4 peachicks have died and I'm wondering if I should take the two live ones away from momma into the house to and feed them Myself?
Usually the mother is the best place for them. I would make sure they're getting a medicated feed. The hen can eat it, medicated feed won't hurt her.