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What temperature should parrot eggs be incubated at?
Incubate the eggs in an incubator designed for parrot or exotic bird eggs. The incubator you use should have accurate temperature control within one-tenth of one degree, and ideally a system for humidity control. Maintain the temperature at 99.3 degrees F, and the humidity at 40 to 50 percent.
How long does it take for a parrot egg to hatch?
Incubation Duration. Parrot egg incubation periods can vary by breed but are typically between 24-28 days. Some parrot breeds can hatch in as little as 18 days. Research your specific breed to find out how long your egg will need to be incubated.
Hyacinth Macaw eggs are more sensitive to outside influences than most other eggs. Normal incubating procedures that work well for other Macaws will oftentimes not work as well for Hyacinth Macaws.
We have incorporated DNA genotyping of our breeding stock in order to eliminate relatedness issues which are common with Hyacinth Macaws. Proper conditioning of the parents is necessary in order to achieve consistent success at yielding strong, fertile eggs.
A proper diet is crucial as well as a proper environment. Outside distractions tend to reduce egg production as well as increase infertility. Improper diet can generate weak embryos and/or improper shell thickness.
Health issues with the parents can be passed on to the embryo, thus hindering the development process. Leaving viable eggs with the parents for a period of time seems to increase the hatch rate, however, it has been our experience that leaving them too long tends to have the opposite effect.
Factors we use to help determine the time to move the eggs to an incubator include outside air temperature, humidity, distractions, parenting habits, weather events, etc. We have found that controlling certain factors once the eggs are pulled has increased our hatch rate tremendously. Temperature level and fluctuations, humidity, noise levels (outside and incubator generated), vibration, frequent handling or candling, sanitation, and parent DNA compatibility are some factors that can influence hatch rate.
We normally exchange our fertile eggs with blank eggs or small chicken eggs. This allows us the opportunity to reintroduce an egg that is nearly hatched or a newly hatched baby to the parents (or foster parents). This passes the hourly feedings necessary for the first several days on to the parents and also tends to strengthen the immune system of the chick.
We have very fertile and ready to hatch for sale. All our eggs are collected from domestic raised birds, tested fertile with hatch ratio 1:1 on all eggs.
We ship out with clean incubators for hatching eggs and provide complete information on hatching. We guarantee complete replacement of any unhatched eggs.
We specialized in the breeding of birds/parrots and we sell very fertile candle lit eggs of the Hyacinth macaw parrots. all our eggs are collected from very healthy birds in our aviary, candle tested and 100% confirmed fertile for hatching healthy babies . we are now taking orders from those who are interested in raising up their own baby birds from the eggs stage. its fun hatching your own baby(ies) from eggs and we will assist you in any way to hatch out your birds successfully.
Hyacinth Macaws are special in the parrot world. Their great beauty with a perpetual smile, sweet fun-loving nature and rarity make them one of the most desirable of all birds.
It is no wonder that aviculturists are making great efforts to breed these magnificent birds. However, breeding Hyacinth Macaws and raising their chicks to independence is not an easy task. Hyacinth Macaws are one of the most difficult of all psittacine birds to breed. The high failure rate to reproduce Hyacinth Macaws in the United States is obvious by the number of proven pairs that are for sale.
Although many of these pairs may not be proven as claimed, some certainly have produced fertile eggs and live chicks. The reason these proven birds are for sale is because the sellers have been through so many infertile eggs, dead in shell, difficult hatches and dead babies that they have given up and moved on to a species that is easier to breed.
We always recommend practicing any difficult procedures on infertile eggs. When working with infertile parrot eggs it is possible to develop a sense for how much pressure it will take to penetrate the shell, to know how much of the shell will break off when trying to remove tiny pieces and to master the skill required to avoid tearing the inner shell membrane. However, in an egg that is still filled with albumen the inner shell membrane is more fragile and will tear easier than one that is almost ready to hatch. So, do not become too discouraged if you tear the inner shell membrane while practicing.
The egg is moved to the hatcher once drawdown has occurred. Although, the incubator must normally be kept very dry, the humidity in the hatcher should be high to prevent the inner shell membrane from adhering to the chick. If the membrane dries over the chick's beak and nares the chick will suffocate. The chick's movement can be restricted by dried membrane making rotation impossible and the chick will not be able to hatch without assistance. In our hatcher the wet bulb temperature is near 93°F (33.9°C), which corresponds to a relative humidity of about 83%.
About 27 days after the egg is laid the chick will be ready to hatch. This period may vary by a day if the correct incubation temperature of 99.5°F (37.5°C) and hatcher temperature of 98.5°F (36.9°C) have been maintained and weight management practiced. Vocalization from inside the egg 24 hours before hatch.