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What kind of incubator?

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What kind of incubator should I get? my old Hovabator (10 years old) kicked the bucket yesterday. R.I.P. I really have no idea what's good nowadays! Needs to hold 30-40 eggs.
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Hovabators are still good. Brinseas are good. I've heard decent things about Incuviews.


I want a Hovabator Genesis (with that awesome big viewing window)! Have fun shopping!
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Originally Posted by howfunkyisurchicken View Post

Hovabators are still good. Brinseas are good. I've heard decent things about Incuviews.


I want a Hovabator Genesis (with that awesome big viewing window)! Have fun shopping!

Thank you! Going to shop for 2 now!
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Mixed Bantam Eggs
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