New to BYC - Excited to be part of the group! We live on a small farm in the mountains (we still have snow) and are in trailer while building so temp is not as cozy as in a house I've read several posts re; incubators and am thinking that the hovabator 1588 would probably be best but can't afford it right now. I really need to stay between $50 - $120 (including s/h) or so but may be able to go to $150 so I understand that my options are somewhat limited. I've looked at Farm Innovators 2250/2450/4250 Hovabator 1588 Incuview all-in-one Brinsea But they all seem to be a bit more than I can afford right now - if we are succesfull - this year I'm sure we will be addicted and do it every year versus purchasing our sweet chicks every year. We are thinking of get a dozen eggs to start with through our agricultural extension program. I'm also a bit concerned as nights here are cooler and we don't have heat in the evenings (again we are in a trailer) so..... just want to do what is best for chicks and hopefully light on pocket book until we are more stable. Because of this I'm thinking that perhaps circulatory air may be better than still air but not sure on this either as this is all so very new to me. I'd love input on still vs circulatory in addition to what you suggest for incubators - thank you all very much for your time and I look forward to hearing from you!