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Hello everyone.  I am new to this site.  I have dealt with incubating chickens on and off for awhile.  I did this several years ago when  my grandchildren were young.  I have recently got hooked on it again.  I started back right before Christmas.  I forgot how much I loved watching life begin.  This is now February, and I started off with one incubator in Dec which was an older one I got for my birthday from my mom, several years ago.  Since beginning of January- I now have 4 incubators.  LOL-you know I am hooked.  I have incubated for others --which I like.  I can watch them and give them back.  But I have, after reading up on different chicks, have decided to incubate myself some silkies.  Of course I started off with the hobbyist incubator--the little giant ( and not the digital). But now have a little giant digital and a cheap one off the internet for $23.00.  Of course it looked cheap but I waste that much money away in a few days.  It has been going non stop since I got it.  This is the 2nd setting.  Guys--its on the money and hatching well.  I just bought the Rcom 10 pro.  Can't wait to get it going.  What I am getting to in a long way is I would like some feedback on these.  I already have them but any tips will be appreciated.  Thanks

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I can't help with incubation questions, but hope someone will jump in and give you some tips.

 

But see you are a new member and wanted to welcome you to our flock.

 

:welcome   glad to have you join us.

 

You should post an intro under the New Members forum to receive a proper welcoming.

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Attention:  loads of contests to enter, pick your favorites and join the fun: post #1

 

 

Raising Hens in Georgia!  Limited experience, but a lot of opinions.  

Reintegrating a Recovered Hen to a Small Flock:

Don't be Chicken, Even a Cat Can Bake a Gingerbread House

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Thank you for your help and I will do that.

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