- Apr 28, 2017
Well, to start i will be trying my 1st ever Quail eggs soon. Looking for any tips, recommendations on using a still air Incubator. The reasons for wanting to use a still air bator comes from the fact, the other day me and my dad were talking about the subject, and he directly informs me that he still had the "Holy Grail" (at least in my eyes) of still air bators stored from when i was a child...dont ask how many yrs ago... Remember watching him hatch turkeys as a kid, and really want to try a batch of Quail in this bator, for nostalgia if nothing else. Naturally when he said he still had it, my 1st response was, NO WAY.. I asked him "HOW" on this earth did he manage to keep something made from styro? AND, it has all original instruction papers. for all these yrs...I cant even keep a steel tool for more than a couples yrs. Notice the price list, lol. Have read up on still air bators, but if you have any tips, tricks etc, please let me know..PS. have read that Quail should use about the same settings as chickens eggs?