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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Axle Quails, Dec 21, 2011.
Anyone know what could be a good incubator
needs to be automatic and wont malfunction.
Brinsea Octagon 20 Advance would be a good choice, in my opinion.
Yes, the Brinsea and the Hovabator Genesis 1588 are both very good.
The Hovabator will hold more eggs!
i Was looking at R-COM Incubator King SURO - i dunno if it good.
Have you ever hatched eggs before?
Quote:Ye i hatched 60 quail eggs before and 5 chickens - i only started chickens in summer. and quails 2010 And hatched 2 ducks
I was wondering, because it seems that a lot of people that are new to hatching have the idea that they want to get a plugin-and leave kind of incubator, and I am always trying to tell people that this isn't the way to go. I always recommend that they make there own incubator or buy a cheap styro foam one, because those people that started out with the hand turning, or the homemade incubators usually end up appreciating the process more and have a deeper "love" of hatching. Those people take hatching really seriously, and like to be hands on. Those people also feel a deeper appreciation for the chicks that THEY hatched. I just wanted to share that info with you.