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  • Egg Incubator Buyers Guide This guide covers the following topics: Selecting the Right Incubator Which Accessories do I need? Getting the Best Value Why Buy from Incubator Warehouse? Incubation Basics   1) Selecting the Right Incubator Many customers ask about the differences between the Little Giant 9300 and the Hova-Bator 1602n egg incubators. They both hold the same quantity of eggs and are well known for being a popular choice when incubating reptile eggs...
  • 1. How long is the incubation period? The incubation period will depend on a few things.  The most obvious is what type of animal you have. The other is the temperature of the environment you are hatching in.   Snakes: 50-65 days, depending on the species Lizards: 1-2 months, depending on the species Turtles: Box turtles - 9 to 10 weeks, painted turtles around 2-3 months.  Generally, 45-90 days in warmer conditions.  But can be even up to 120 days for colder temperatures. 2. How do...
  • Question 1:  What is the difference between the Little Giant incubator and the Hova-Bator incubator? Answer: Both incubators hold the same quantity of eggs.  There are a few differences.  First, the thermostats are very different.  The Hova-Bator uses a mechanical wafer-style thermostat.  It works great but you will need to install it (not very difficult and comes with good instructions) and setting the correct temperature is just a little trickier than the Little Giant.  But once it is set, it h...
  • Hatching Eggs can be Fun & Rewarding Setting your eggs Eggs have the best hatch rate when stored for no more than 7 days before beginning to incubate. Allow cool eggs to warm slowly to room temperature before placing in the incubator .  Abrupt warming from 55 degrees to 100 degrees can cause moisture condensation on the egg shell which can lead to disease and reduced hatches. Humidity Control Humidity is controlled in order to prevent unnecessary loss of eg...
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