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I'm giving it a try in 5 days as soon as my red stars hatch. 

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I just set 3 peahen eggs and they fit in the tray properly but they won't turn?!?!
Anyway to rig it to make them turn?!
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Bumping this thread a bit- I may have lost my peahen last night to wanderlust- still have the peacock, thinking of going ahead and trying the eggs I have in the mini advance Brinsea and hand turning. I have another bator too- like a hova type. Was even thinking of putting two in each one just in case. Any successes yet with the Brinsea for peafowl eggs?

When the world says, "Give up", Hope whispers, "Try it one more time" - Author Unknown

 

Turkeys including Royal Palms and Bourbon Red, Peafowl, a noisy Guinea Hen, EE hens, BCM roo, Cuckoo Maran hens, mixed chicks in brooder 

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When the world says, "Give up", Hope whispers, "Try it one more time" - Author Unknown

 

Turkeys including Royal Palms and Bourbon Red, Peafowl, a noisy Guinea Hen, EE hens, BCM roo, Cuckoo Maran hens, mixed chicks in brooder 

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