Hello BYC, I am looking to try to incubate some of my guinea fowl eggs. I have 5 hens and they are almost laying an egg a day and the eggs are piling up rapidly. I was wondering if anyone here has hatched guinea fowl eggs and what incubator you used to do so. I saw this one at my local tractor supply store.... Is it any good? http://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/pr...-series-circulated-air-incubator?cm_vc=-10005 I see there are some very bad reviews.... I have checked out The Incubator Thread on BYC https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/736899/the-incubator-thread and have found people recommending (in no particular order): 1. Brinsea Mini Advance Hatching Egg Incubator aka MINI ADVANCE INCUBATOR http://www.strombergschickens.com/product/Mini-Advance-Incubator/brinsea-incubator-sale http://www.chickenspoultryeggsincub...nce-egg-incubator-with-automatic-egg-turning/ 2. Hova Bator Egg Incubator 1602N with Circulated Air Fan Kit http://www.amazon.com/Hova-Bator-Incubator-1602N-Circulated/dp/B004XNMGOS 3. Brinsea Octagon 20 ECO Auto Turn Egg Incubator http://www.amazon.com/Brinsea-Octagon-Auto-Turn-Incubator/dp/B001UFJTJC I did find one review on Octagon 20 that someone hatched chicks and keets (baby guinea fowl) with this incubator and had 90% success rate. If you have any other recommendations please tell me!! I tried searching the incubator thread but it is SOO long and hard to sift through all at once. My Dad and I don't have a lot of money so the incubator must be below $500. Honestly I think my Dad rather it be as affordable as possible.... something that will work correctly and not end up being "disposable". I don't have the skill or capacity to make one homemade but if you share a DIY tutorial maybe my Dad could figure something out. Though to be honest I think having a incubator that you plug in load up the eggs and hit go will work the best for us.