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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by jcbettyb, Sep 30, 2008.
I cannot decide between a Hova-Bator or the Miller-Little Gaint. Any opinions?
I haven't used either yet, but after doing lots of research, especially on BYC, I went with the Hova. It should ship today!!!
Thanks for the info. It seems that the Hova-Bator is the more popular brand, so that is probably what I'll go with.
Which hovabator model do you gus recommend?
Almost everyone on here recommends the 1588 genesis. I never used one since I use a brower lol.
Quote:It also seems like people report much better hatch rated with the circulated air and egg turner.
Good Luck with your decision
I have used both LG and GQF hovabator model 2362N with pitiful hatch results. My old Brower pancake style incubator from the 70's era however is very consistant and I have no complaints. Hope this helps.
that's the one I've been eyeing with an egg turner too.
Need to work on the DH a bit first
he seems to think I've become obsseces with chickens....image! being obssessed with chickens..
....being sarcastic by the way
Of course I'm obssessed but I wouldn't want him to think he was right now would I?
I just ordered the Genesis 1588 from Home and Barn Basics. With the auto turner and shipping, plus BYC discount, my total was $157.97. That is the cheapest price that I was able to find.
If you decide to order from them, the promo code is BYC5. That gives you a 5% discount.
Mine is supposed to ship today. I can't wait. I hope I made the right decision....
I love my hova 1588 with turner. It makes the whole incubation process more fun because you are much less likely to have anything dramatic happen.