Best Incubator for Seramas/Silkies/&Sml Birds

chickieshealing

In the Brooder
8 Years
Oct 28, 2011
99
3
41
Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand
Hi, I wanted to start breeding my small birds, and possibly some bigger ones too. I wanted to focus on the small ones though, like Seramas, Mille Fleurs, Silkies, Jap Black tail. I may get into the bigger ones later as well though, so I wanted to get an incubator good for what I mentioned, but also not completely limited to small birds. Any suggestions?
 

Me & Jack

Songster
10 Years
May 31, 2009
395
23
123
NC
I love my Brinsea, although some people have had trouble with their customer service. Still, my hatches are always great and I barely have to worry about temps or humidity.
 

Creed Bennett

Songster
8 Years
Aug 25, 2011
247
20
101
Western Kentucky
I just ordered a small egg turning plate for my Brinsea Mini Advance which will give it a 12 egg capacity. I love my Brinsea. It's pretty much set it and forget it except for adding water for humidity. I can't wait to hatch some banty eggs with it.
 

Me & Jack

Songster
10 Years
May 31, 2009
395
23
123
NC
Quote: You'll have to let us know if bantam eggs fit in the 12-egg tray. I've been really tempted to order one but have been afraid that the holes would be too small or too close together for my Silkie eggs.
 

chickieshealing

In the Brooder
8 Years
Oct 28, 2011
99
3
41
Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand
Okay, yeah looks perfect for the different size eggs. My only question is why does the egg turner turn every hour? Isn't that to much turning...or is there no such thing as too much turning until the end?
 

Creed Bennett

Songster
8 Years
Aug 25, 2011
247
20
101
Western Kentucky
The Mini Advance's turn rate is adjustable through the programing. I left mine at the default which I think is one hour and my results have been fine. Mine is set up to stop turning at day 18.
 

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