What's a good incubator? ( Update )

MRNpoultry

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Mar 2, 2008
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Thanks to ya'll I want a incubator now
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I don't won't to hatch alot of eggs but I am thinking about selling some of the extras I don't keep. What whould be a good kind of incubator in the 100$ range.
 
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banter

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I have a Brower Top Hatch. It seems to hatch out OK, but the temp on mine is touchy. It has a mechanism that wiggles the eggs so you don't have to turn them,a tray under eggs holds water
and a clear top so you can see the hatch. It also servers as a brooder for a few days. I think I paid around $100 for it.
 

MRNpoultry

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Does the brower have a good hatch rate?
Does the hovabator come with a turner are do you have to buy?
 
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hypnofrogstevie

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I used it for the firs time in december and my eggs hatched january 3rd and 4th. I had 11 out of 15 hatch. all 15 where fertile buut one died with a pip in the shell and the other 3 died around day 18 and day 20
 

hypnofrogstevie

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yeah and for shipped eggs. I heard the 1588 from gqf comes with a fan and turner as well. I never used one of those before. Also the brower top hatch is made of plastic and dishwasher safe.
 
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