Question, I usually incubate all at once with guineas, but I have a pair of Bantams and she lays every other day, wants nothing to do with them. I would love to incubate, and would love some input. Thanks very much!
You can save up her eggs in a place that dosnt get above 70ish degrees or so for up to 10 days so you could have 5 or so eggs by then . Someone else will know more Im shure . Good luck . Oh and dependeing on how long guinea eggs take you can put her eggs how ever many you collect with them to hatch if you want if thye are say 23 / 24 days like chucker and pheasnt then you just add the chicken eggs on day 3 of there incubation.
Thanks so much for the reply! I appreciate this, I will do just that. Just wasn't certain on Bantam this is our second year with them and was just going to attempt a go at it. I really want some Silkie too!! Been searching in my area and so far nothing!