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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by awesomefowl, Aug 19, 2010.
Is there enough room to hatch a couple? Or is it too small? Thanks!
Just dying to use new incubator!
Well, CAN I?????
Be real hard to find fertile peafowl eggs this late in the year.........
You think they are in a hurry ?? 11 min with no answer .. seen them on here for days with out an answer.
Anyhow, You probably will not find any fertile Peafowl eggs this late in the season , hope you can wait til April or May of next year
I have never seen one so don't know how big it is.
humidity: some say none others say 60 %, ( I like to keep mine around 40 to 45 % but that's me)
28 day hatch
If and when you find the peafowl eggs the answer to your question can be answered with a bit of research. Find what temp, humdity and days incubating are required for peafowl. Does your incubator hold those temps and humidity levels? You have your answer.
I understand peafowl can be a bit tricky but I will confess to never having hatched a peafowl.
I didn't mean I was going to hatch them this year. I meant, would a peachick have enough room to hatch in such a small incubator. Thank you everybody!
Like I said, I have never seen the size incubator your talking about so it is hard to tell you if Peafowl eggs will fit.............
If you have a Turkey egg try it they are not that much smaller then a peafowl egg.
The incubator Mini Eco is about 6 1/2" tall from bottom to top. How big are peachickies? (compared to baby chickens or ducks?)
I'm going to say probably not a great idea. They're a LOT bigger than chicken eggs.