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Homemade egg turner???

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Anyone have advice on how to make an auto egg turner? I would like to make a bator out of my fridge and make it good quality. And not have to turn the eggs by hand. So any advice is welcome. I want to have it set to turn its self evry few hours. Thanks.


Edited by jay1995 - 2/21/09 at 7:23pm
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hi

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Edited by jay1995 - 2/21/09 at 6:12pm
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Check earlier post in the archives...under making incubators....I'd give the thread but don't know how to do it. There are many ways...using a egg carton, pvc pipe....they do however need to be moved 45 degrees rest and moved to the opposite 45....very important the first 7 days....There are many post old and new....this problem is being worked on by at least 2 dozen people here....just keep searching and reading.....Wlecome smilesmilesmilesmilesmile  Jay1995
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I wonder...if you could convert into a homemade bator like a foos ball game (If I spelled that right) and turn the eggs from the outside like a roaster but not all around just side to side? IDK just my mind thinking..LOL

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Pivoting trays a power antana an a light timer. I just use foam bator turners in my fridge incubator but I have thought it threw.
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