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does anyone here use the buddy egg monitor

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I ran into a woman at my feed store who shows silkies, she told me that 5 days after her eggs were in the bater she puts them on her buddy digital egg heart monitor and it tells her asap if there is a heart beat or not.
I looked it up it seems pretty cool. They are expensive. I found one on ebay for 100.00

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jumpy Bump...kinda curious myself...

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http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=30185

I
asked this question a while back and I only got chuckled at!!  Lets see if anyone comes up with a different response wink

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post #4 of 8

Nothing to laugh at...

Here is the web address:
http://www.avianbiotech.com/buddy.htm

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post #5 of 8

If I hatched eggs for a living I might consider one. But I don't. It is pricey.  I can buy feed and eggs and more chicks as an alternative with the money. Do the currency exchange from pounds to American dollars. You can buy an R-com 20.

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post #6 of 8

Thats very true , awfully expensive for a hobby..... now if I made money on my hobby it might be different.

It would be kewl though.

Julie big_smile

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I'm still huntin up an old slide projector to use as a candler.


Edited by sgray136 - 2/5/08 at 3:07pm
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post #8 of 8

I saw that the first time around and got to wondering if one of those BEBE heart sound things would work, of course I gave mine away when I thought I was done having kids 6 years ago, I have 1 4 year old and a 20 month old.

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