Incubator

Egghead_Jr

Crowing
10 Years
Oct 16, 2010
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NEK, VT
Totally agree Hova-Bator is the best inexpensive incubator going. There are small units but honestly, once you hatch you'll continue to hatch more. You can drop $200 to have all the guesswork taken out but with a little knowledge and a hatch under your belt the wafer thermostat hovabator is all you'll need unless you need more space and moving up to cabinet size.

Think Incubator Warehouse has the best prices:

http://incubatorwarehouse.com/chicken-egg-incubator.html
 
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Jennn27

Songster
Mar 9, 2015
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Marshall, TX
I have a Hova-bator and I LOVE it! It was very inexpensive and works very well. Set-up was so easy and I have hatched four chicks thus far....I have had it about a month. I plan on buying the egg turner for it soon.
 

Jennn27

Songster
Mar 9, 2015
277
23
126
Marshall, TX
Totally agree Hova-Bator is the best inexpensive incubator going. There are small units but honestly, once you hatch you'll continue to hatch more. You can drop $200 to have all the guesswork taken out but with a little knowledge and a hatch under your belt the wafer thermostat hovabator is all you'll need unless you need more space and moving up to cabinet size.

Think Incubator Warehouse has the best prices:

http://incubatorwarehouse.com/chicken-egg-incubator.html

Yep....this is where I got mine. I also ordered the electric hydrometer/thermometer.
 

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