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You can found part 2 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLiP9RJm5mU&hd=1 Useful advices to hatch your eggs. Feel free to ask anything you want. The total energy consume is represent in part 2. Place your incubator in an area where the temperatures are between 22-25 c and remain stable throughout the day, for best results. Avoid areas where the sun will shine on the incubator, or drafts or a heat duct will blow on it. So fluctuating room temperature may reduce your hatch rates. Make sure your incubator is level and safe from pets and children. In the above incubator there is automatic eggs turner.
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This is an overview of the Hova Bator chicken incubator, this is part 1 of a multi-part series
This is part 2 in incubating chickens eggs with the HovaBator incubator.
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Adding Water to Incubator In order to maintain proper humidity conditions in the incubator you have to add water to the tray in the bottom every few days. This will change as the eggs progress so should be checked daily and topped off as needed. Increased surface area increases humidity. If you add too much water on accident, you can simply cover a portion of the tray with aluminum foil to reduce exposure and drop humidity. Can also open/close top vents to help manage humidity.
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Since the 80s I have been using this analog thermostat for fully automatic small home egg incubators. This thermostat is designed to keep an area at a (user defined) constant temperature, in this case 37,5 Degrees. Through this thermostat an entire space (such as an egg incubator) can be kept at the same temperature. The biggest advantages of this system is the energy-saving, protects the heating element and has a high accuracy. The disadvantage is reaching the designated point is logarithmic (requires some startup time). Because of these (dis)advantages I recommend this only to (semi-)automatic incubators. The most important thing to note is that the heat sink of the mosfet is part of the heating element, so it must be placed inside the incubator.
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On October 13th, 2015 the Toronto Zoo giant panda Er Shun gave birth to two cubs. To care for the cubs, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) generously donated an incubator to the Zoo's Wildlife Health Centre. The incubator is currently being used in the maternity area of the giant panda house for the Zoo’s newborn panda cubs. "The incubator is a critical piece of equipment that is being used by the giant panda team to give both cubs the best chances for survival," said Dr. Chris Dutton, Head of Veterinary Services at the Toronto Zoo. "I would like to express particular thanks to Dr. Peter Cox and Mr. Navtej Virdi of Sick Kids Hospital for arranging this important contribution." Every few hours the cubs are twin-swapped so each cub has an opportunity to bond with mom, Er Shun. When ...
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Setting the first 30 eggs this year. Basic points on hatching chicken eggs. 1. Use pine/cedar shavings instead of straw in the coop. Pine/cedar shavings do not retain moisture and molds like straw does, so the coop and eggs are easier to clean and more hygienic. 2. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL515F70A8D06985A3 Rush Lane Poultry videos show how to build a coolerbator. We used a blade-style thermostat, talked about in those vids. 3. Leave roosters in with hens at least a week before collecting fertile eggs to incubate, one rooster per 7-10 hens. 4. You can rinse off poop, but do not scrub or use soap on fertile eggs. It will remove the protective coating. 5. Setting eggs - Putting a group of eggs in an incubator on a single day so they hatch on or about the same date is cal...
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