Good incubator?

Emmey

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Hello i looking for a good incubator that can be used for duck eggs,bantam eggs and standard eggs. Only problem is that I'm trying to keep it under 50 US dollars. Any recommendations?
 

MGG

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Hello i looking for a good incubator that can be used for duck eggs,bantam eggs and standard eggs. Only problem is that I'm trying to keep it under 50 US dollars. Any recommendations?
You can look into the MagicFly 12 incubator. There is really no incubator you can buy under $50 that will be reliable and hatch eggs except for a broody hen. The Magicfly is about 60 I think.
 

DaYooper_Duck

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My little Janoel12 cost me under $30 I believe. It is auto turning, forced air and has a fairly reliable thermostat. The only downside is the lack of a humidity gauge. I have had good results with it though: 3/4 chicken eggs hatched on my first hatch, 5/6 ducks on my second. Both losses were a rusult of malpositioned chicks (my fault for candling too often, oops). Overall very good for a beginner in my opinion.
 

Emmey

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May 13, 2020
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My little Janoel12 cost me under $30 I believe. It is auto turning, forced air and has a fairly reliable thermostat. The only downside is the lack of a humidity gauge. I have had good results with it though: 3/4 chicken eggs hatched on my first hatch, 5/6 ducks on my second. Both losses were a rusult of malpositioned chicks (my fault for candling too often, oops). Overall very good for a beginner in my opinion.
Sounds great where did you get it.
 

MGG

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Nope not there, but I will keep looking, thank you 😊
The Magicfly is the same thing as the Janoel. The price has gone up to around 60s now. Good luck, I hope you find one! I don't blame you for being wary of diy incubators. I am too.
 

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