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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by C&Rman, May 9, 2011.
I am going to be incubating peafowl eggs and I need a good incubator that is decent priced?
What's your budget?
Any where around 100-150
I'll wager she will say a Brinsea ECO...
Quote:Well that depends on how many eggs he wants to set. Plus the Eco with a turner and shipping is about $180. Hovabator has one for $150 with a turner and holds 48 eggs.
However. Brinsea and Hovabator are the ONLY ones I can honestly recommend.
Everyone has an opinion on this.
Basic LG starts about $40, add turner = $50
Honestly, I have not incubated yet; just spent oodles of hours reading old posts to answer the same question. The less expensive ones need a little extra care. Set the temp and fine tune it with opening and closing the plugs; keep in a stable environment.
I would never recommend a little giant. They are too unstable. Some are great, most are not.
Nope, LG's aren't very good bators. I would suggest a Brinsea or Hovabator only
With bators, you really do get what you pay for. It's not like mayo.