it has to be fertilized, and you can stick it in an incubator.
you have to put it in the incubator in the chicken coop. the egg will hatch between 2 and 5 days.
I am not sure where to get fertilized pigeon eggs, but why not look into getting chicken or duck eggs. You can usually get them from a local farmer for free as long as you promise to return the young after they hatch. You are getting the same experience for free, or next to free! And Yes, chicken and duck eggs can hatch in an incubator.
yes you can
Place the eggs in an incubator for several days to mimick the habitat of a mother chicken's underside. After they hatch, they must be kept in the incubator for a while.
A person can put the egg in an incubator to hatch it.
You can hatch a abandoned egg if it is fertilized by a rooster. If you only have hens then you can't hatch it. But if you have a rooster, you may able hatch it with a incubator.
That would be because the egg (the was yolk) wasn't fertilized. The egg would have to fertilized and not too old for the chicken to hatch.
The chicken egg will likely hatch first. Quail eggs hatch in 21 to 23 days. Chicken eggs hatch in 21.
you can't sorry
You most likely use a hen to incubate the fertilized egg(s) or an incubator.