The Jenki Bator Wbjdmds Chicken Incubator

By wbjdmd · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
  1. wbjdmd
    The Jenki-Bator--front view
    The temperatures are stable with 1 degree range of 99.5. I am having to work hard to raise the humidity for day 18-21.
    The hole in the front of the eggs was for my attept at an egg turner, it didn't work as expected! Notice the web cam in the upper left. This allows me to check temperature and humidity from home(I keep it in my office).

    My First Chick!!!
    The First Flock, Hatched 14 of 16 fertile eggs(2 not fertlized)

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    "More info required."
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Aug 16, 2018
    Nice incubator but the page would have been better with more how to build/make info.
  2. rjohns39
    "Looks nice"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 27, 2018
    But needs more detail to help others replicate it
  3. ronott1
    "Nice looking incubator"
    3/5, 3 out of 5, reviewed Jul 20, 2018
    The article needs more pictures of the build and more details on the parts


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  1. chickenpooplady
    I love this design!
  2. Candyman
    Good looking, portable, and great success rate, I love it!
  3. LoveChickens123
    i love it can give me the part you make it with post it on my profile please!?
  4. ejctm
    I like the fact that you have your temp sensor inside a jar. I assume this is to mimic the temp inside the egg as opposed to the air temp around the egg? genius.
    what did you fill the jar with?

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