Fertile Eggs & Incubators

we now have the fresh hatching species of parrot eggs for sale. We only sell quality parrot eggs at 50 euro each irrespective of breed and we collect fertile hatching eggs 2-3 times per day and will ship them within 24 hours of collection whenever possible. Below is what we have available: Congo African Grey eggs,Timneh Grey eggs, Umbrella Cockatoo eggs, Palm Cockatoo eggs, Goffin Cockatoo eggs, Gallah Cockatoo eggs, Blue and Gold Macaw eggs, Scarlet Macaw eggs, Greenwing Macaw eggs, Hyacinth Macaw eggs, Solomon Island Eclectus eggs,Dyh Amazon eggs, Toco Toucan eggs, Senegal eggs. Our eggs are collected several times a day to ensure that you receive the freshest eggs possible from us. Eggs are carefully packed with a generous amount of cushioning material to give them their best chance of survival and shipping is available worldwide. We provide brochures, auto regulated R-Com incubators, CD tapes etc for customers to hatch these eggs easily and successfully.
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The 3 most important factors of the incubation process are Temperature, Movement (egg rolling) and Relative Humidity a measure of the amount of water vapor in the air at a specific temperature. It is given as a percentage value. Relative humidity depends on the temperature of the air, as warm air can hold more moisture than cold air. Originally, parrots in the wild of different regions were adjusted to different relative humidity percentages; e.g. the Amazon, the Macaw, or the African Grey from the Rain Forests were adjusted to higher RH values than the Cockatoo, the Rosella, or the Ring Neck from the dryer areas such as the Australian Outback.

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However, parrots in captivity are bred outside of their natural habitat, and therefor the RH values in these new environments might not be as optimal for egg incubation. In addition, the optimal relative humidity values for the same species could be different for various climates. During the embryo’s development, fluids in the egg are evaporated contributing the egg’s weight loss. By weighing the egg, one can determine the proper RH value for a specific parrot at a certain climate, and adjust it accordingly in the incubator.

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