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Old 23-03-2016, 12:27 PM
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Hi All,
Could you advice me for Harris hawk breeding information? I live in Thailand .
My harris hawk laid 4 eggs but it alive 1 and the rest 3 are die in the eggs.
I use Rcom pro20. What temperature and humidity should i set? How many frequecy for turn egg?
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Old 23-03-2016, 12:48 PM
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Hi All,
Could you advice me for Harris hawk breeding information? I live in Thailand .
My harris hawk laid 4 eggs but it alive 1 and the rest 3 are die in the eggs.
I use Rcom pro20. What temperature and humidity should i set? How many frequecy for turn egg?
Regard
Why don't don't you let the parents hatch the young?
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Old 23-03-2016, 09:30 PM
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Hi All,
Could you advice me for Harris hawk breeding information? I live in Thailand .
My harris hawk laid 4 eggs but it alive 1 and the rest 3 are die in the eggs.
I use Rcom pro20. What temperature and humidity should i set? How many frequecy for turn egg?
Regard
Hi.I think ,problem is too high humidity-in the your country and then as reason -in the eggs in your Rcom incubator.Smaal bag of sillica gel can help alot.Regard
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Old 23-03-2016, 11:34 PM
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Why don't don't you let the parents hatch the young?
At first i let the parent hatch but alive1 or 2 so i think the parent not good for hatch and i change to use incubator the result still bad.

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Hi.I think ,problem is too high humidity-in the your country and then as reason -in the eggs in your Rcom incubator.Smaal bag of sillica gel can help alot.Regard
Could you tell me the best humudity, temperature and turning egg frequency?
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Old 24-03-2016, 11:49 AM
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At first i let the parent hatch but alive1 or 2 so i think the parent not good for hatch and i change to use incubator the result still bad.



Could you tell me the best humudity, temperature and turning egg frequency?
Hi. I think humidity between 35-40% ,temp.37,4.The last one you must find alone-sorry.Regard
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Old 24-03-2016, 05:42 PM
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Hi. I think humidity between 35-40% ,temp.37,4.The last one you must find alone-sorry.Regard
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Old 24-03-2016, 09:27 PM
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If you have the Rcom pro 20 then you should choose the Pterodactyl setting as it is the best one to allow you to set up best.

Temp 37.4 / 37.5

Humidity would normally be 35/40% but Harris hawks need it dry.
I go as low as 20% with HH.

Turning frequency should be 180% every 30mins
Stop turning 2 days before pip .

At pip, raise humidity to 60% +

HH are about 34 days incubation...........32 to pip.

Your Rcom will need to be mapped out to find any "Hot spots"

Good luck.
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Old 25-03-2016, 09:11 AM
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If you have the Rcom pro 20 then you should choose the Pterodactyl setting as it is the best one to allow you to set up best.

Temp 37.4 / 37.5

Humidity would normally be 35/40% but Harris hawks need it dry.
I go as low as 20% with HH.

Turning frequency should be 180% every 30mins
Stop turning 2 days before pip .

At pip, raise humidity to 60% +

HH are about 34 days incubation...........32 to pip.

Your Rcom will need to be mapped out to find any "Hot spots"

Good luck.
Thank you for your suggest . Big Thanks.
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