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Couldn't find the code but I bought from mypetchicken - $50 less than brinsea.com and shipping is $12 cheaper. Thanks though!!

I'll let y'all know how it goes. Fingers crossed, prayers accepted.

I am looking forward to seeing how it works for you!

post #52 of 61
Me too!! Lol. Hopefully it's worth the money.
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I picked up the Ovation 28 Adv. Will be setting eggs March 3rd. I'll check back later...

Hobby Farmer living on the coast of Maine - 2-Rhode Island Reds, 1-Barred Rock, 1-Black Copper Marans, 2-Welsummers, 3-Barnevelders, 3-Olive Eggers, 2-Lavender Ameraucanas and 2-American Guinea Hogs... Hmmmmmm - what next?

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Hobby Farmer living on the coast of Maine - 2-Rhode Island Reds, 1-Barred Rock, 1-Black Copper Marans, 2-Welsummers, 3-Barnevelders, 3-Olive Eggers, 2-Lavender Ameraucanas and 2-American Guinea Hogs... Hmmmmmm - what next?

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I picked up the Ovation 28 Adv. Will be setting eggs March 3rd. I'll check back later...

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Can't wait to hear how everyone gets on with these new models. I still can't find any reviews on them pop.gif
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I just set a batch of shipped eggs in my Maxi II Advance. They were a bit roughed up during shipping so we'll see how this goes. :)

Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds.  Proverbs 27:23 KJV 

 

 

 

 

 

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Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds.  Proverbs 27:23 KJV 

 

 

 

 

 

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post #56 of 61
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I picked up the Ovation 28 Adv. Will be setting eggs March 3rd. I'll check back later...


That is very exciting!

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I just set a batch of shipped eggs in my Maxi II Advance. They were a bit roughed up during shipping so we'll see how this goes. :)

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post #58 of 61
I bought the ovation 56 EX and I love it!! The auto humidity control is so nice. It holds the humidity within 2% of what i set it to and I never have to add water. Hardest part was plugging the tube into the connector.
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I'm pretty sure I'm going to bite the bullet and get a brinsea incubator this year.   I need bigger than the 7, but don't think I need larger than the 20 or maybe the 28.   Any suggestions on which might be the best to get?  I will watch the video above - thanks.   Not sure whether getting the Maxi II Advance, Ovation 28, or the Octagon 20 is the way to go......


Edited by sueiris - Yesterday at 12:01 pm
We live on the Great Egg Harbor River on the edge of the Pine Barrens, in NJ.  We have a small flock of Chocolate Wyandotte Bantams, and now have some black Wyandotte bantams.  We are combining these lines for outcrossing - now on our fourth generation, with some decent results.  We are NPIP & AI certified and show occasionally. Adding blue this year.  Members of the ABA & APA. 
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We live on the Great Egg Harbor River on the edge of the Pine Barrens, in NJ.  We have a small flock of Chocolate Wyandotte Bantams, and now have some black Wyandotte bantams.  We are combining these lines for outcrossing - now on our fourth generation, with some decent results.  We are NPIP & AI certified and show occasionally. Adding blue this year.  Members of the ABA & APA. 
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post #60 of 61
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I'm pretty sure I'm going to bite the bullet and get a brinsea incubator this year.   I need bigger than the 7, but don't think I need larger than the 20 or maybe the 28.   Any suggestions on which might be the best to get?  I will watch the video above - thanks.   Not sure whether getting the Maxi II Advance, Ovation 28, or the Octagon 20 is the way to go......

The ovation 28 looks very nice!

 

It should be big enough to allow hatching of more chicks if you need to in the future.

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