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post #11 of 25
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Haha I never tell what I buy, I just wait and see his reaction. He asked me when there were going to be baby chicks and that's my cue to show him the incubator big_smile.png.



Well yes and no, it just depends on how much you want to hatch actually. I don't want a big one because I just do hatching's for myself and friends. If you have bigger space and more chickens to keep and more to go for hatching and selling then yes this one is to small. But if it's just for fun, seeing the hatching process and only once in a few years then this machine is great!

 

 
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Okay, you just sold me!!! ;-) We will mostly be doing it for the fun of it!! You would be a great salesperson for Brinsea! ;-)
 

 

*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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post #12 of 25
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Okay, you just sold me!!! ;-) We will mostly be doing it for the fun of it!! You would be a great salesperson for Brinsea! ;-)
 

 



Hahha send them the topic they would like and appreciate it! You made a good choice and I would love to see some pics and chicks! When you're gonna order it?

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Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes, Dutch is my native language.
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My home is where my heart is.......

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post #13 of 25
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I too am looking to buy this incubator! It is just over $200 here. I really want it, but it seems so expensive for such a tiny thing that only holds 7 eggs! Although, the features are pretty great.



Look at amazon.com I got mine for 160 with shipping.

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I put mine in the BMA on the 10th :) I candled them last night and can see an eyeball on one of them. 2 of them look like they are not doing anything but I will keep them in until monday :)

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Hahha send them the topic they would like and appreciate it! You made a good choice and I would love to see some pics and chicks! When you're gonna order it?

 

I will definitely be posting A LOT of pictures when I start going through my coop building process and I'm sure I'll post more photos than I should when I start getting chicks!! WOO HOO! Unfortunately, it's going to be a little while before I can buy an incubator anywhere from as early as 6 months from now or up to a year :-( I might have mentioned this but we've making a huge move at the end of Sept so our funds will be a bit depleted from that :-(

 

*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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post #16 of 25
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Look at amazon.com I got mine for 160 with shipping.


Great to know this!!! Thank you for the heads up!

*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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post #17 of 25
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I put mine in the BMA on the 10th :) I candled them last night and can see an eyeball on one of them. 2 of them look like they are not doing anything but I will keep them in until monday :)

OOOOO can't wait to hear how your hatch turns out! Please keep us posted! :-)
 

 

*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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*Been with DH for 11 years, married for 5 years, have the most BEAUTIFUL daughters (ages 3 and 5 months) and LOVING life!*
**FINALLY brought our very first baby chicks home on March 15th, 2014 - 3 Black Australorp girls named Buttercup, Johnny and Cooper - named by my 3 year old haha! Looking for supplies to get our coop started and then the building begins! **We just added two more on March...

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post #18 of 25
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I just found an Ovascope pack on Ebay which I bought, can't wait till it arrives to candle big_smile.png. Should be here somewhere next week.

My home is where my heart is.......

Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes, Dutch is my native language.
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My home is where my heart is.......

Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes, Dutch is my native language.
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post #19 of 25
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My Ovascope came today, what a great candle light!!

 

Six outta seven are fertile celebrate.gif.

My home is where my heart is.......

Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes, Dutch is my native language.
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My home is where my heart is.......

Please forgive me for any spelling mistakes, Dutch is my native language.
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post #20 of 25
FYI After hatching clean the fan. Chick fuzz on the fan will cause it to be unbalanced and very noisy.

Brabanters and Appenzeller Spitzhaubens. My BYC page http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/hallerlakes-member-page

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Brabanters and Appenzeller Spitzhaubens. My BYC page http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/hallerlakes-member-page

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