I have a Brinsea Eco 20 with the auto turn cradle. I guess my problem is that I have been so spoiled for so many years because my broody hens have always hatched the eggs. All I had to do was mark the calendar and look for eggs on the hatch day. With the incubator, I have to keep an eye on temps, water level, etc. It's too much work for me. I guess I'm just lazy. I don't have to check temps and humidity with a broody hen. All I have to do is make sure she has fresh water and food and that she stretches her legs.
lol i never used a broody hen except to hatch quail eggs. Ive always used an incubator. ull get use to it the more u use it
LOL. I hope so.
I'll keep practicing.