Quote:Originally Posted by Impress Then I need a place that sells ceramic hens wholesale! Can you imagine what my yard would look like after a summer, I'd need at LEAST 40!It would look like the assorted gnomes in my Nona's yard.
Well that's just sensiable, given the choice you want the most meat, largest hide and the one most likely to cause harm if you fell out of the boat. As much as I love nature i have zero interest in joining the food chain.
I hatch in mine.There are egg rails you can use if you'd like, and pop out at lockdown,you'll kep the tray in, othwise the eggs would be in the water channels. There is a vent on the top to adjust humidity.
I use one made for bird cages at the pet store, they can use the cup but can't swim in the cup, till they're a few days old.I put some of that velcro with sticky tape on the brooder, and a piece on the waterer and velcro it in.
I have 2 of them, They;re in a rabbit tractor that has 16 sqft, a lf hen would be unhappy in there, but 2 jp banties fit with room left over. With a city yard, there's not alot of room for a coop and run, so they fit better.
The turner is a plate that is shaped like a gear, as the eggs incubate, the turner plate slowly rotates, turning the eggs on thier side. However for the price of the mini you can get the 20. Brinsea does bators really really...
Quote:Originally Posted by JJMR794 Quote:Originally Posted by saddina When the words "they're so cute, and then delicious" leaves your mouth you've a full blown case of it.That came from my 7 year old. last...