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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by PepsNick, Sep 26, 2010.
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If you can keep the temp and humidity at the correct levels for hatching and do it reliably, you can use anything that works it doesn't matter what your incu looks like or how it operates. However, I'd test it out for a week or so with temps and humidity before putting eggs in it.
Great. Thank you! What temperature do I need to keep it with a dozen eggs?
can't wait to see it
LOl I will update this!
Can't wait to see!
Thank you! At what temperature does it need
to be for 12 eggs?
250 can get pretty hot i would try something with less wattage.. you need to turn the eggs too so that they will actually hatch and the temp should be 99-102 degrees fahrenheit
I used a 100 watt bulb in a space with a little over a cubic foot. It easily reached 100+ degrees. It was fun to build and try out! Hope you have as much fun as I did!!
Thanks y'all! I'm so eggcited and I will be hatching blue ameraucanas and blrw's!!