I'm getting ready to buy my first incubator and obsessively reading this forum. I see lots of you buying, using, and recommending incubators. A lot of them can incubate hundreds of eggs and are really expensive. Or some people have 4 tabletop models. I'm wondering if everybody on here is a serious breeder or do you just do it for fun and don't mind spending money on a hobby? Last year I got an assortment of poultry for our brand new farm and now that they're all starting to lay I thought I'd hatch some of their eggs. But wow, good quality incubators with turners and all are expensive! Now I'm looking at spending a couple hundred dollars and I'm wondering how do you guys justify it? Are you making money doing this or is it just a fun, really expensive hobby? I guess I'd feel a better about buying an incubator if I really could make enough money to pay for the thing. And the thermometer, hygrometer, turners, etc etc etc, lol. In fact, it'd be great if I could make enough to justify springing for a cabinet incubator! Just curious how you justify spending the money. Does it really pay for itself? If so, would you mind sharing how you're doing it?