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  • Incubator Review Nurture Right 360 Incubator Review Nurture Right 360 VERDICT: This incubator deserves another review sometime down the road once it has become more established and worked the kinks out. As of now, I would not use this myself…but I see plenty of folks who love it. ...
  • Incubator Review HHD 56 Egg Incubator Incubator Review HHD 56 Egg Incubator VERDICT: Save your money and keep your stress levels down, do not buy this incubator. You can get better incubators for better prices…they just don’t look like a spaceship. ...
  • Overview This guide is to help you understand the main components of the different types of incubators, common accessories, and combo kits to make your purchasing decision as simple as possible. This guide will cover the following topics: Main Components Common Accessories Quick Summary Table Combo Kits IncubatorWarehouse.com’s Guarantees   1.  Main Components   a.   Case- There are two common types of cases       &...
  • Hatching Eggs We have partnered with eFowl.com to fulfill your hatching egg needs for incubating. Through their extensive hatchery network, eFowl.com will have your order for fresh, fertile, chicken or duck eggs filled by the nearest hatchery to you. This assures you receive your eggs in the quickest, safest, and most efficient manner possible. eFowl.com provides a variety of breeds for chicken or duck. Follow the link below to get started purchasing the eggs you’re looking for: ...
  • What is an IncuKit (tm)?  For starters, the IncuKit may be the world's easiest way to make your own incubator.  Why?  Becuase it combines the essential components of a good incubator into one handy little device.  It combines the fan, heater and thermostat together so all you have to do is install the IncuKit into your container and you have a regulated incubator! We have three versions of the IncuKit.  1.) IncuKit DC - intended for small incuabators that need up...
  • When building a reptile incubator there are several factors to be considered: 1) How many reptile eggs you plan to incubate at a time Depending on the number of reptile eggs you plan to hatch you will need to increase the size of your reptile incubator.  When you make the your reptile incubator larger you most often need to increase the heater wattage, fan circulation (if necessary), incubator wall insulation, and sometimes even a thermostat capable of handling the higher wattage heater. &nb...
  • The most difficult question we sometimes get is this: Why didn't my eggs hatch? The main reason why this is such a difficult question to answer is because there are many factors that affect the results of your incubation efforts.  Some of these factors are: egg quality, fertilization, improper temperature levels or humidity levels, dirty or contaminated eggs, mis-handled eggs, temperature spikes or valleys, too much temperature variation, poor egg turning, eggs are too old, or not enough fresh air....
  • So you've heard about the IncuKit?  What's all the buzz about?  For starters, the IncuKit may be the world's easiest way to make your own incubator.  Why?  Because it combines the essential components of a good incubator into one handy little device.  It combines the fan, heater and thermostat together so all you have to do is install the IncuKit into your container and you have a forced-air incubator! We have three versions of the IncuKit.  1.) IncuKit DC - inten...
  • Container For a simple foam container, a local grocery store usually has options for low-cost foam coolers.  WalMart regularly sells them for about $3.00.  K-mart, Albertsons, Krogers and many other local stores will have foam coolers that are very good at providing an insulated container.  Other options would be regular plastic coolers.  They will be more expensive but very easy to clean and more robust.   Any of the stores mentioned above will have them as well as any ou...
  • Teaching egg incubation to children in the classroom or at home can be a very fun and rewarding opportunity and experience.  On the other hand, if you are unprepared and not knowledgeable it can be a terrible let down and disappointment.   Supplies Needed In order to teach children about incubation you will need to have the right supplies to successfully incubate the eggs and take care of them afterward.  In order to have a successful hatch and teaching experience we recommend having th...
  • Building your own egg incubator can be a lot of fun and very rewarding.  But there are several things you'll want to consider.  Here are some of the questions you’ll want to answer before starting down the path of building your own incubator: 1. How much will it cost to build my own incubator?  Would it be less expensive to simply buy one ? 2. What design should I use? 3. Do I need a small tabletop design or a larger cabinet style? 4. What do I have available...
  • Both of these models are made by the same manufacturer, GQF Manufacturing Company. There are four main differences between these two models. 1.) The 1602N has a wafer-style thermostat that you will need to screw into place when you first take it out of the box. Then you adjust the screw knob that comes with it to adjust the wafer until your incubator reaches the temperature you want. The Genesis has a pre-set digital electronic thermostat that is already to go when you get it. You just plug it in and ...
  • 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.  ...
  • 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...
  • 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 the IncubatorWarehouse? Incubation Basics 1) Selecting the Right Incubator Below is a table summary of the most popular incubator choices.  See below table for commentary. Little Giant 9200 vs Hova Bator 1602N Many customers ask us about the differences between these incubators.&n...
  • Incubator Warehouse.com Fan Kit Crimp Problem Fix Video At the IncubatorWarehouse.com we strive to provide only the highest quality products. We had a small batch of our fan kits go out with poor crimping on the pink connectors that attach to the fans. We hope that you will appreciate our efforts to correct this problem. Please watch the video below for some simple instructions on how to correct this problem. Please contact us at 208-740-1344 if you have any questions or comments. Part 1 ...
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