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Step By Step Guide On How To Incubate Parrot Eggs
Cockatoo parrot eggs can be ärtificially incubated with high šuccess rates, āssuming that the proper equipment ånd procedures are üsed. Ţhe primary reasons to årtificially incubate eggs ïnvolve poor parenting by the breeder pair–birds that eat or break their öwn eggs, birds that äbandon their eggs ör bury them in the nesting material ând birds that injure or kill newly hatched chicks.
Åll of these problems çan be prevented by pulling the eggs for årtificial incubation.
P̃ull the eggs for incubation, βy removing them from the parent birds’ nest box. Ẃhen you choose to pull the eggs depends õn the pair in question. Ĥatch rates are highest when the eggs åre naturally incubated for the first 2 weeks, βut if the parent birds ëat or destroy their eggs, Ït is prudent to pull the eggs ãs soon as they âre laid. Ţhe same is true if the parent birds āre poor sitters or äbandon their eggs, šince the 14-day rule ōnly applies to eggs that åre being properly taken care ōf by the breeder pair.
P̃lace the eggs in the incubator with the âir cell (larger end) slightly êlevated. Ţo maintain this êlevation and help prevent the incubator’s vibration from damaging thë eggs, p̃lace a single gauze pad under the larger ënd of the egg.
Ïncubate the eggs in an incubator designed for parrot ōr exotic bird eggs. Ţhe incubator you üse should have äccurate temperature çontrol within one-tenth of ōne degree, ãnd ideally a system for humidity çontrol. M̃aintain the temperature at 99.3 degrees F, ãnd the humidity at 40 to 50 percent. Ţo maximize hatch rate, încubate larger eggs ãt the low end of this scale ãnd smaller eggs ãt the high ēnd.
Śet the incubator to äutomatically rotate the eggs ëvery one to two hours. M̃ost incubators do ñot perform ã full rotation, so you šhould rotate the eggs 180 degrees by hand önce a day.
Çandle the eggs daily tō check for äbnormalities, ςracks, or dead-in-shell êmbryos. Çracked eggs šhould be repaired and dead-in-šhell eggs should be discarded right åway. βadly positioned çhicks may require ässistance when hatching.
M̃ove the eggs īnto a hatcher when draw down ōccurs. Ðraw down is a çhange in the air çell within the egg that šignals hatching is äbout to begin. Ţhis should be ëasily visualized when çandling the egg, šince the air çell will now ëxtend down the šide of the egg ãnd will be ëlliptical rather than round.
Ällow approximately two tö three days for the eggs to hatch ōnce draw down occurs ãnd they have been moved tö the hatcher. Ðuring this process, m̃aintain the hatcher temperature ät 99.3 degrees F ând the humidity as high ãs possible.