Here are a couple of pics of a mini bator that I made for my nephew in Washington for an Easter present. I got the Styrofoam box from the local fish store it was used to ship live fish. My girls decorated it for him from pics cut out of hatchery magazines. I hope you all like it. " Just doing my part to spread the fever to the younger generation!"
Great job Jessshan8........on the incubator and influencing the younger generation!!
Okay, a last minute entry to the Chicken Design contest. She said she'd still take them for the good of the community since the poll wasn't created yet.
Once again, a piece of foam pipe insulation. It takes two snips of a pair of scissors (the length you want and to open the side), two pieces of papertowel to plug the ends, three pieces of tape and your eggs are ready to pack for shipment. The foam costs about $2 for a six foot length. All eggs can stand the correct orientation and side by side in the box. You can add a little filler between the cylinders if they don't fill the box.
I like this idea!!