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Incubator - Digital HovaBator Incubator - Chicken & Quail Turner

by GQF Mfg
Original price $379.99 - Original price $379.99
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Incubator - Digital HovaBator Incubator - with Chicken & Quail Turner

SAVE when buying a combo unit! Digital readout HovaBator Incubator. This model is pre-set for bird eggs at 100 degrees farenheit. Kit model comes complete with the Chicken and Quail EGG automatic turner, item number 1610. Turner will hold 41chicken eggs 120 quail eggs or a combination of the two. Simply plug it in, then add water and eggs. Nothing to set up or adjust. This circulated air Hova-Bator comes with a built-in digital hygrometer/thermometer, plastic bottom liner, and regulates itself at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Like all incubators, the 1588R requires a stable room temperature and should not be used in areas like sheds or barns. Being pre-set, this incubator delivers consistently good hatches. Excellent for classrooms, novices, and experts. Can be used for most types of bird eggs. Dimensions 18" x 18" x 71/2". Without an automatic turner in place, the incubator will hold 50 large duck or chicken eggs or 140 quail eggs. Very reliable 12 volt power supply. 25 watts. Canadian Electrical Approved.

You may also want to consider ordering an egg candler to monitor the growth in your developing eggs: Egg Candlers

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Dany Savard
The Genesis 1588 Hova-Bator

Good product, good price, fast shipping, would recommend to everyone

Eric Sigouin
Good product

All worked fine and easy to operate

Shannon Carter
Great Transaction!

Berry Hill is fabulous: great communication and prompt shipping and everything was well-packaged. Thanks!

Germain Laflamme
Incubator review

This incubator is of great quality! It's worth the money!

William Meyer
Incubator synopsis

Incubator arrive in good time and was easy to assemble. I never liked plastic incubators and am trying the styrofoam one since it gives greater insulation. So far, all is straight forward.