With duck eggs being slightly larger than standard chicken eggs, incubating for 28 days, and having higher humidity requirements than most other bird species some special consideration is necessary when selecting an incubator for duck egg incubation. Here we have done all the work for you so that you can shop with confidence and select the correct duck egg incubator for your needs. Duck eggs can come in a variety of sizes, so it is important to take into consideration what type of duck eggs you will be incubating. Small to medium sized eggs can fit into a automatic chicken egg turner while larger duck eggs, such as Pekin duck eggs, may require a goose egg turner. Understanding your breed and how it relates to egg size can make a big difference in not only the incubator you choose, but in the capacity you will be able to get. Typically, a good rule of thumb to follow is that if your adult ducks are 6 lbs or greater, then you will most likely need to bump up to the larger egg turner. If you have any questions about which duck egg incubator you should choose, please contact us at (800) 259-9755. We will be happy to answer any questions.