Hello, I am needing some advice on incubating 5 peacock eggs that were given to me. We were hoping that one of our broody hens would sit on them...but she did not. I went and purchased an LG incubator...despite all the negative comments on them. It is the only brand our local farm store had...and I didn't want to have to wait on a hova bator to come in the mail. Now...is it worth it to order one of those brands in the meantime....I can always take my LG back....I just needed something to get started. If I keep the LG, is it worth buying the air circulating kit? And if so, can I put the eggs in the incubator now without the fan and then put the fan in when it comes in the mail or will that disrupt the eggs? On the automatic turners...I really wanted to purchase the one that goes along with the LG but had read that it was too small for a large egg such as a goose or turkey and I assume peacock eggs are about the same size. The Hova Bator brand sells a seperate peacock/goose egg turner...but it is rather expensive and I am wondering whether it is really worth it. If I decide to keep the LG and try it....I think I will get the fan kit based on what I have read. If the turner will not work for this size of egg, how many times a day to I turn the eggs manually and are there any special handling techniques in order to keep the eggs from getting messed up. I know they say to keep everything clean as not to introduce any bacteria in the environment. Also...on the temp. and humidity....what would be a good set temp./humidity levels for these type of eggs. It came with a basic therm....but I plan on buying one that shows both temp. and humididty...seems like a good investment. Anything else that anyone can add or provided me with that might help me to get these peacock eggs to hatch, would be greatly appreciated. We have turkeys and chickens but have never dealt with any other type of birds. And we have always let our hens sit on their own eggs...never done the incubating thing ourselves. Thanks so much!