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Discussion in 'Hatch-A-Longs' started by Happy Chooks, Jan 20, 2016.
My NYD babies are loving their Premier 1 brooder plate !
It is inhumane to make a bator people can't see into! Complete torture.
My plates are coming tomorrow, so mind if I ask a question? My brooders have a 12" wall around the bottom, I can see how high to put the plates...did you worry about that or just set them at a certain height?
Thar recipe book sounds AMAZING! I'd be interested in one even if I have to buy it lol
Nathan!!! Love them and awesome save on the silkie! awesome wins too!! you so nice with donating eggies too!!
welcome!!! good luck with the chicken eggs!!!
Welcome over !!! Glad your with us!! will be fun!!
Welcome!! have you found your Iowa Blue?
Welcome Candy!! watcha gonna set?
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Oh dear, I was kind of worried about that... I mean, I know you CAN see into the incubator through the big glass door, but I am sure it would be harder to keep a close eye on pipped eggs than through the top of a styrobater. Are you using the trays with hatching covers? In my Ova-Easy 190, it has 3 turning trays, and then space for 1 hatching tray on the bottom, and I am planning on doing a staggered hatch with 1 tray hatching each week. I am debating on whether to use the hatching tray cover because of the difficulty in seeing the eggs, and since the hatching eggs would be on the bottom shelf, I wasn't worried about them falling off. I know in big hatcheries they just wait until most of the chicks have hatched to remove them, but that is SO hard to do!!!!