Thank you so much for all of your info . It is a BIG help!Texas Outdoor,
Funny you should ask this question. If 20 members reply to this post, you may possibly get 15 different types of incubators that are "best" for hatching quail.
Just to note: when you are incubating eggs, having the humidity at 55 - 60% is too high. Initially you would want it in the 40% range, and boost it to somewhere around 60% at lock down.
As for me, I have a Farm Innovator 4200 that I picked up from Tractor Supply Company. I purchased a set of quail rails from Fleming Outdoors for under $20. And only because I know you're going to ask, the Little Giant quail rails and Farm Innovator quail rails are interchangeable.
I used the rails that came with mine i guess its chicken egg rails. The little coturnix eggs fit small end down in them perfectly.