Poultry incubation requires incubators that hold humidity and can maintain a relatively consistent temperature.The poultry egg incubators featured in this section have been selected specifically because of their performance in these areas. This makes them the ideal choices for poultry egg incubation. Poultry is a term used to define any domestic fowl raised for meat or eggs. This includes most backyard bird types such as chickens, ducks, guinea, pheasant, emu, ostrich, turkeys, and more. Quail is considered a game bird, and thus is not included in the poultry umbrella. Poultry incubation is defined by the specific breed of fowl that you wish to incubate, and the type of poultry incubator you select should be reflective of that breed. If you incubate multiple types of poultry, there are many incubators available that allow you to either incubate multiple fowl types at once, or easily switch between types of poultry. Many egg turners now come with either universal holes that will hold most small to medium sized poultry eggs, or are outfitted with removable turning racks for quick and simple changes. Selecting the right poultry incubator requires planning for the types of eggs you want to incubate, the quantity of eggs you want to incubate, and your budget for your project. The capacity for an individual incubator will greatly depend on your bird choice. If you have any questions about which poultry incubator is right for you and your breeding project, please contact us at (800) 259-9755. We are always happy to help.