I have hatched chicken eggs, and had pretty good success doing that. But not to sure about peafowl eggs and need a little advice. I will be receiving these eggs tomorrow. I already have my incubator set up and ready for them...but here's the info on the eggs I will be getting. I have a friend that has been offered some peafowl eggs, he is going to give me half of them if I will do the hatching for us. He's not sure exactly how long the eggs have been layed....so this has me concerned since I won't have an exact date of how old the eggs are. The people that have the peafowl are giving the eggs away because they do not anymore peafowl, due to not having enough room. So...as you can see it's gonna be a guessing game on incubation time and all, and hopefully with a little luck we will have a few hatch. Most of what I've read on here is pretty much the same as hatching chicken eggs, other than it taking a little longer. What I need to know is are the humidity levels the same as well. I didn't really see to much on that. I know the temp. should be about 99-100 degrees, and to stop turning eggs at day 25. and they SHOULD hatch by day 28. Like I said due to circumstances with not knowing just how old the eggs are and all......this may not work. But I am willing to give it a shot and would appreciate any advice. I'd love to have some pretty peacocks to add to my flock.