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post #1 of 8
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Can emu eggs fit in Brinsea Ova-Easy 190 Advance Series II Cabinet Incubator?

 

I have read that the minimum diameter of emu egg is 3.5"?  Is that right?

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india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

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post #2 of 8
Hi anyone know if rhea eggs would fit in a brinsea ova easeay 580.
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Hi anyone know if rhea eggs would fit in a brinsea ova easeay 580.

 

I guess yes, the emu eggs fitted in my incubator which has the same tray size as yours, so i guess rhea eggs should fit.  i think they are in the same size as emu eggs or even smaller.

india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

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india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

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post #4 of 8
Thank you I was looking for one but wanted to make sure rhea eggs would fit as I want to get some rheas.
post #5 of 8
Hi, I was also thinking of getting the 580 for Rhea eggs, did you actually get one and if so was it serviceable for rheas

Thanks for any advice

John
post #6 of 8
Hi did not get one but from what I have found out is that as q8peafowl said yes.
post #7 of 8
Yes you can get 6 to a tray
post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

That's right, so 18 will be the total for the 190 advance.

india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

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india blue w/e, purple, splading bronze, pied, silver pied and bronze black shoulder, opal w/e, opal BS silver pied,opal silver pied cameo w/e, cameo BS pied w/e, cameo BS silver pied, spaldings and muticus green

 

 

 

((Excuse my English))

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