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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by jchny2000, Dec 18, 2012.
Our peach tree is loaded, nice and juicy !!!
hmmmm.... I also have a 10% off TSC coupon from the back of the State Fair booklet...
I've been calling her Butterball because she is so round & plump!
It takes time to get temps correct originally but I found once you get set and put in an area with stable room temps, it does just fine. I used a LG to hatch my first quail eggs I ordered. Then I bought my cabinet bator but still hatch in the LG. I out a fan in mine to even out the temps though. If I were planning on hatching a lot, I'd invest in a little better incubator, but for the money i have no issues with the LG especially when you can get it for $35 in the spring from TSC.
Godiva is doing good today, no soft eggs. Everyone seems to be getting along alright too. Blueberry and Gus are content to sleep next to each other finally.
The 9 girls and 2 boys settling in for the evening.
Also more proof that the Australorp is brown, the Minorca is black and then the two RIR's. Big difference LOL!
I have had no problem with my cheap basic incubator I got from RK for $42.99. I let a friend use my incubator in town-more details (dont know if some of the details mean anything or not but bator worked just fine and they had an 84% hatch rate) they had it in an upstairs room ina shelf insdie their closet. I have used it in my bedroom a lot it is just in on a table, room on ground floor. I have had no trouble nor did my friend maintaning temp or humidity. I use dry incubation and sometimes would like my humidity a tad lower during the first 18 days, Have no trouble getting it to go up. For the cheapest large incubator I could find it works great!
So happy she is doing better for you!