I've recently been thinking about making a homemade incubator, but would like to try to make one that can hold more eggs than an icebox or bread box.
It just so happens that we have a fridge out in our barn that really isn't being used at all. It works fine, there's nothing wrong with it, and I'm wondering if it will contain some of the parts needed to build an incubator.
So what do you folks think? It'd be fun-I like these kinds of projects, it wouldn't bother me much if you all came back and said that it would take forever and be a big pain in the rump or something
Oh, it also has a freezer in the lower half-so perhaps I could turn it into a big two part cabinet incubator.
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Raising quality: Blue and Black Mottled Cochins//White Wyandottes
As well as: Valley, Gambel, Blue Scaled, Jumbo and regular coturnix quail.