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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by serama hen, Oct 3, 2012.
IS THIS A GOOD INCUBATOR FOR SERAMA EGGS I SAW IT ON EBAY
In another post, I read, I think even commented in, about the Sunny Side Up incubators. The 3 users of the incubator said that they didn't like it, and that it hasn't hatched any eggs. It is a bad incubator from what I've been told.
OH I WISH I COULD GET A CHEAP INCUBATOR UNDER 20 OH MAN OH ALSO THANKS
You should try building one, I have built 4 incubators, and and had to re-design my Brower Top Hatch incubator, so I would enjoy helping you, and I could help you to make one that can incubate a lot more eggs than that Sunny Side up egg fryer you were looking at.
I have a Hova Bator 1602N, I payed about $30 for it and I have had many hatches with a 95% hatch rate. For the price you pay, it works great! I've used it for 5 years and I hatched about twice a year, except this year I am on my 5th hatch and I plan to add one last batch after this batch hatches and it's still keeping a perfect 101 degrees with very little fluctuation so it holds up well. The only thing I don't like about it is that you have to set it up about 3-4 days before you set eggs to get the tempature right, but when you do, it works perfectly. Good Luck with whatever you decide!
Just looked up the "Sunny Side Up Incubator" I definately wouldn't go with that, it doesn't look reliable at all. And the Hova Bator can hold up to 42 standard chickens eggs, so it would be able to hold even more serama eggs.
I use a hovabator 1602n as well and it hatches nicely.
i just ordered 1. do u think it will work on quail eggs?
quail eggs i think it would do ok cuz you can fit a few in there