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Building An Incubator

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Guest telmadee

Hey Bill that is fantastic, i am very very impressed, you are one clever guy!

Regards Dawn :(

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bill is this for budgie eggs or mainly fowl

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Guest luciferb
bill is this for budgie eggs or mainly fowl

 

hello hath

it can be used for parrots or fowls the only thing you have to remmember is that the eggs need to be turned buy hand atleast 3 times a day and never ending up on the same side up 2 nights in a row (i generaly turn them three times a day doing a quarter turn each time

hope this helps

regards

bill

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bill have you been succesful with budgie eggs i only ask because we had a talk from someone who had tryed budgie eggs and was not succesfull at all in fact zero eggs hatched and this person had used incubators all her life as she was a fowl breeder

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bill have you been succesful with budgie eggs i only ask because we had a talk from someone who had tryed budgie eggs and was not succesfull at all in fact zero eggs hatched and this person had used incubators all her life as she was a fowl breeder

to date i have not yet done a budgie egg but i have done a variety of ather parrot eggs and i would say there wouldent be much difference ine the incubation off the different parrot eggs at the first possable chance i will place some budgie eggs in and let you know the results

regards

bill

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thanks bill would be very interested in your results

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You've done a good job. :)

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Guest Carmz

wow... that looks more complicated than ours... well i wouldnt know what goes into a incubator anyways. it is all hidden.

good luck hope you get many many many sucessful babies !!!

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Guest Lin

Bill, your a clever clogs! I will be looking at in depth and asking lots of questions, as I have wanted one for a long time! Thanks for posting it!

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Guest Shellball
it won't get into the link why?

 

Me too :( I want to see!

Shell

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It looks like the forum the instructions were on no longer exists. :(

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Guest billspets

hello all

i will redo this in the next couple of days and post it here for you

sorry about this

regards

Bill

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Guest billspets

ha all

i am redoing it to put it up on my web site i just have to put it together it does take a little time tho and as soon as it is done i will post it

regards

Bill

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bill did you ever do a budgie egg ?

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Guest billspets
sorry bill but when you say it will take a while how long as in like weeks days hours?

 

i put this together quickly to help people out but i will do it properly in time

 

building an incubator / brooder

keep in mind it was done quickly

regards

Bill

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Guest esta

I thought brooders and icubators were two different pieces of equiptment? Can you hatch eggs in this?

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Guest billspets

sorry bill but when you say it will take a while how long as in like weeks days hours?

 

i put this together quickly to help people out but i will do it properly in time

 

building an incubator / brooder

keep in mind it was done quickly

regards

Bill

as long as it has a thermastat that can get to the desired temp it can be used as both and yes i have used bopth for both brooger and incubator all i do is make o little stand and manualy turn the eggs

regards

Bill

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Guest esta

Thanks Bill,

I didn't know you could hatch eggs in a brooder at the correct temperature. I have been looking at the prices of incubators and hoping I would never need to use one because they aren't cheap.

 

By the way - What are those possums on your web site.? They look very cute.

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