Incubator Rental?

anderson8505

Peace, Love & Happy Chickens
8 Years
Jun 1, 2011
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25
186
Wesley Chapel, Florida
I don't have an incubator but often think about buying one. Just can't make the plunge right now. So, I'd pay around $20 to rent one I guess. Maybe $30 if I had enough eggs to make it worth it.
 

Stacykins

Crowing
9 Years
Jan 19, 2011
4,355
223
258
Escanaba, MI
I'd say 20$ a month is good, but I'd personally be afraid of theft. A 150$ brinsea eco w/turner could walk off very easily..
 

petchickenlover

Songster
11 Years
Sep 9, 2008
340
1
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I'd probably do $20-30 a month as well, but i would probably have a deposit of at least what the incubator was worth that would be returned after you got the 'bator back safely.
 

DUCKGIRL89

Songster
8 Years
Apr 28, 2011
7,176
25
241
TN
Quote:I got a hovebator from incubators.org and it was only 59 dollars counting shipping and a thermostat, and I just put my 5 eggs in today. It keeps the temp really good to, just thought I would let you know.
 

grammykimi

Hatching
7 Years
Dec 17, 2012
8
1
8
I would LOVE to rent an incubator with temp/humidity gauge. I've always bought day olds but would love to try hatching my own chicken and guinea eggs. I'm in NM, not sure if that matters, I can pay shipping. If you are still interested in renting please send your terms to serenityfarmnewmexico@gmail.com

Thanks,
Kim
 

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