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Egg Incubator 48 Eggs Digital Automatic Turning Hatcher Temperature Control
Egg Incubator 48 Eggs Digital Automatic Turning Hatcher Temperature Control

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List Price: $105.99
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Product Code: EGG-48


This Compact 48 egg capacity Digital Egg Incubator Is Ideal For Home Use Or Educational Activities. Designed to help farmers, science teachers, and students incubate and brood small numbers of chicks. It Features Temperature Control On LED Screen And Automatic Turning. Ideal hatching Chicken, Dove, Quail Or Other Little Fertile Bird Eggs. With This Perfect Helper, You Can Control Environmental Conditions During Hatching Process.

  • Intelligent Integrated Circuit Control
  • Automatically turns every two hours
  • LED Display Shows Temperature
  • Temperature And Humidity Alarm(If Out Of Settled Range)
  • Can Accommodate 9-12 Eggs On Auto 360°Turners
  • Built-In Fan To Circulate Air-Flow For Even Temperature And Humidity
  • Built-In Water Channels To Control Humidity Levels
  • One Egg Candler For Observing The Hatching Process
  • Removable And Adjustable Egg Trays With Grille Can Hold Eggs In Different Sizes
  • Specifications:
  • Egg Capacity: 48 Max
  • Power: 80W,110V, 50-60Hz
  • Temperature measurement accuracy: ≤±0.1℃
  • 19.7’’ x 18’’ x 9’’ (L x W x H)

    • Note: Digital - Celcius Readings set to 36 degree Celcius

    FYI - Fertile eggs must be ordered from hatcheries or from poultry farmers having roosters in their flocks. You should check with potential suppliers well in advance of your desired hatching schedule. Your county extension agent or extension poultry specialist may be able to suggest a local source.

    Eggs intended to be hatched should be incubated within 1 week to 10 days after they are laid, the earlier the better. Hatchability declines rapidly when incubation is postponed for more than 10 days. Until they are incubated, hatching eggs should be stored in cartons or cases–large end up–at 40 to 70° F. (50-60° F. is best) with a relative humidity of about 75 percent. If the eggs are to be stored for more than 2 to 3 days before they are incubated, their positions should be changed each day to reduce the tendency for the yolks to stick to the shells. To rotate their positions, begin by propping up one end of the case or carton; every day, change the position of the block, or turn the container end for end. If you can have your eggs supplied within 1 or 2 days before you incubate, you can eliminate these procedures.

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