R-com 20 incubator.... any good for duck eggs?

olpoll

Chirping
11 Years
Sep 24, 2008
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hello,
can any one give me some info on the r-com 20 the one that holds twenty eggs is it any good for duck eggs??
ive got the smaller r-com mini the three egg one and its very good
 

gabrielle1976

Crowing
10 Years
Feb 21, 2009
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Columbia river gorge
I havent used one so I cant say for shure but I would asume it would be like any of the others in that they can do duck and goose eggs and quail and all that but in diffrent amounts. more button eggs then chicken more chicken then duck ect. Good luck
 

Keisha

Songster
12 Years
Apr 27, 2007
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I dont have one, and have never used one. But I would guess such an expensive hightech egg incubator like that would work well with any eggs.
 

aberfitch

Songster
11 Years
Mar 24, 2008
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Texas Fort Worth
It is really good for ducks. Since duck eggs have to be on its side and rolled so it is actually perfect and Ideal for ducks!!!

Edit: I Have a digital r-com 20 for sale!! I have 4 incubators.. 1 is extra so I am selling it. In perect condition and free New sponge. 375.. Original box, still has the original front..(I never removed it) and Free shipping I paid a lot more for it but I would like to sell it to some of my BYC friends for some space.

R-Com 20 Incubator
Stock #: 920-108
$ 437.80 (+ $ S&H)
UPS Gnd Residential [standard] Shipping: $17.81

PM me if interested!! Thanks!!
I do accept paypal.

 
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