Trader Joes Incubater

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by [email protected], Oct 9, 2011.

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  1. leghornlover@123

    [email protected] Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well I read on this website about a lady hatching an egg from trader joes. I want to try it out. I bought fertile eggs from trader joes but i had to put them in the fridge becuase my mom insisted they would spoil. So last night I built an incubater but I dont no if it will work. I have no thermometer that will telll me the tempature or humidty I'm going by feel, and it's in a little cooler. Ill post pictures up soon. Help me please with the incubater the eggs have already spent one night in it.
     
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    Well I read on this website about a lady hatching an egg from trader joes. I want to try it out. I bought fertile eggs from trader joes but i had to put them in the fridge becuase my mom insisted they would spoil. So last night I built an incubater but I dont no if it will work. I have no thermometer that will telll me the tempature or humidty I'm going by feel, and it's in a little cooler. Ill post pictures up soon. Help me please with the incubater the eggs have already spent one night in it.

    I would delete this post, or edit it, because you aren't supposed to re post

    I would delete this one, because, you are getting a lot more help with the other thread you posted​
     
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