Artificial incubation of avian eggs is not commonly done. It takes patience, experience and special equipment for a successful outcome. Usually, artificial incubation is done in cases or rare and valuable birds, inexperienced or unreliable mothers or when the mother is too ill or has died. Most often, incubation is limited to psittacine eggs, requiring significant monitoring, egg handling and record keeping. Before embarking on artificial incubation, you may want to consider talking with an experienced bird breeder.
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