Needing to borrow an incubator

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by haylex2112, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. haylex2112

    haylex2112 New Egg

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    Hello, my name is Krista. I live in the San Antonio/Boerne area, and I am needing to borrow a chicken egg incubator for my daughter's science fair project. We have our fertilized babies being shipped to us and they are due to arrive in about a week or so. If anyone would be willing to loan us one, we will take excellent care of it. This is a one-time project for us, so I'm trying to avoid the cost of a new incubator.

    Thank you!
    Krista Malone
     
  2. GreenGoddess

    GreenGoddess Chillin' With My Peeps

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    St Pauls, NC
    Welcome to the wonderful world of hatching and [​IMG] !! The chance of having someone lend you a bator is small but not impossible... I would honestly suggest you do some research on here as to how to build your own.. there are a lot of really great homemade bators on here that can be built really cheap, especially if you can find most of the items in your house/yard or on craigslist or freecycle in your area...

    Goddess [​IMG]
     
  3. haylex2112

    haylex2112 New Egg

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    Ok, I will certainly give that a try! Thank you!!
     
  4. Hottchick

    Hottchick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Do you have 4 H where you are? I know around here (NC) the 4H has incubators that they loan to teachers to hatch eggs in the classroom. It might be worth a shot.
     
  5. txcarl1258

    txcarl1258 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We are practically neighbors. I am about 30 mins South of SA. If I had a bator I would loan it to you. The styrofoam ones are quite inexpensive and you could always resell it later after you were done with it. I would suggest a Hovabator over a Little Giant. If I am not mistaken there is a large poultry supply company in Boerne. Might try doing a web search to see what pops up.
     

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