Originally Posted by Ron Skekel
If it had a turner I could buy I would. Between my flock( around 100), my 2 GSD's, chicks, this business and our masonry business, starting our pottery studio well I have no time to hand turn. I need a nap after just wrighting it all down. We're in transition from Masonry to chickens and pottery as our retirement gigs for extra income.
Your such an active woman! Fingers in everything! I have to hand turn right now, and i have to right down when i did as well as having an alarm set To do It
Im afraid im not making myself clear, what im reffering to is the use of a seperate machine that doesnt turn, for the last three days of incubation, and the Hatch. When the eggs shouldnt be turned. That way you could set 10 eggs, and then on day 18 move them to the hatcher. Setting smaller clutchs, 10 or so, would mean you could then Add ten one week from the initial set and continue, until you hatch every week... The hatcher means you can hatch without bumping the humidity in the main bator during the later eggs incubation, comprimising their growth rates.
Have i told yall im nuts?