Just ordered 12 call duck eggs. What’s incubators do you recomend?

SiriSchantz

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Never hatched before but really excited to try my hand at it. Preferably low end of the price spectrum and available on Amazon. Thanks fellow poultry fanatics!
 

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What I would really recommend is going to Tractor Supply and picking up one of their Nurture Right incubators. It'll run you $130, but it has done fantastically with my Call eggs. Honestly I wouldn't recommend any that are available on Amazon aside from the Brinsea models, but those will run you at least $170, and that one is smaller than the Nurture Right. They sell Hovabators on there too for $65 I think, but those are not digital and don't have an egg turner. However, if you do want to go with a cheaper styrofoam option, a Hova-Bator is way I would go. But if possible I would recommend steering clear of the styrofoam ones since they are more prone to temp swings.

All the cheap off brand ones on Amazon are pretty much junk - unreliable and inaccurate. So I wouldn't buy any of those.
 

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