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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Greene55, Nov 17, 2018.
I like it, could you provide what you used and how you made it?
thank u i seen similar ones online.. I only bought the humidity temperature gauge for 8$ the rest I had at home 6ft cord of temporary lighting, used in construction, metal tape , a plastic container, chicken wire, 2 casserole dishes to hold water for humidity, incandescent light bulb for heat about 40 watts or more if needed to achieve 99.5 degrees inside incubator I added some shirts on top for insulation
. the guage is analog so no batteries needed but the sell digital also. the humidity is controlled by amount of water u add. the chicken wire is folded to fit the container
Did it hatch any eggs yet?
not yet but temperature and humidity have been steady and we are expecting first batch soon will update
I voted to like it because of how little you spent on it, even if it fails. I bought all the makings to build my own Incubator at the dollar store and 2 parts from Lowes. Probably spent just under $20... Never assembled it and ended up using everything for different projects and bought a hovabator. It took me so long to figure out how to use a decent incubator that I am glad my first one wasn't DIY.
so it worked
thank you I resorted to a d.i.y because I build almost ebeverything for my coop and I had things laying around for lights because I do electrical work often but thank u all so much we are so excited with our first hatch