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Incubating Muscovy eggs?
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Has anyone had success hatching Muscovy eggs in a incubator? If so any tips to your success would be appreciated thanks.
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#2
I've hatched duck eggs in an incubator. Was quite successful. They needed high humidity, though I did not spray them, but some folk say you should. 28 days incubation.

Messy things, but very cute!
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have only ever hatched ducklings under a broody hen.
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Only what I have read that Muscovy duck eggs should be incubated for 35 days  humidity & temp the same as other duck eggs. Smile
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Thirty five days! Wow that's a long time!
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(22-05-2016, 05:10 PM)Squizzers Wrote: Thirty five days!  Wow that's a long time!

your tea would be cold waiting Smile


the best thing to do is to buy a couple of Muskie's this year and then get the eggs when they go broody next year ... they are brilliant mothers but fierce Cry
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