Pheasant hatching eggs are a medium sized egg that is slightly smaller than a chicken egg. The incubators listed here will hold the pheasant eggs correctly during pheasant egg incubation and also provide the temperature and humidity they require. When selecting the right incubator for your pheasant egg incubation project, there are couple of things you will want to consider, namely the amount of eggs you wish to incubate, and your budget for the project. Finding an affordable pheasant incubator may be easier than you think. Many of the tabletop models will hold a good amount of pheasant eggs, and depending on the options that you select, are a great bargain for the income potential they provide. Choosing to use an automatic pheasant egg turner can provide you with more flexibility, but will increase your overall incubation costs. Deciding if an automatic egg turner is right for you will really just come down to your schedule and preference. Some breeders prefer to hand turn because it gives them greater control over their hatch and allows them to check progress more frequently. However, this is not an option for everyone, and shouldn't keep you from incubating pheasant eggs. If you have any questions or would like recommendations on what would best suit your pheasant incubation needs, please contact us at (800) 259-9755.