If you are a chicken breeder, then you should know how to take good care of these animals starting from them being eggs, until then are ready to be paired up with the rest of your flock. To start with the proper breeding, you should be mindful of where you let your chicks stay. So […]
Hatching your own eggs is a really fun thing to do because there are some great rewards that come along with it. There are a few things that are key to successfully hatching some eggs. Having the proper temperature is perhaps the number one factor that determines if your eggs are going to hatch. Keep
Hatching your own eggs of any kind is a really fun and rewarding experience. No matter if you are incubating ducks, geese, chickens, or anything else, you can take comfort and pride in the fact that you have successfully brought another few creatures into this world. Getting these eggs to hatch isn’t as easy as […]
Chicken eggs need to be incubated within 10 days of being laid to make sure that they hatch. If you don’t want to spend too much money on a store bought incubator, you can also make your own for emergency situations. Just follow the steps below to make your own emergency chicken egg incubator.
If you are looking for a great incubator for use at home then you should definitely read our review of the Brinsea Mini Advance hatching Egg Incubator.
Features Auto Egg Turning – One of the best features of the Brinsea Incubator is that it has an automatic turning feature. Eggs need to be turned several times a day during incubation in order to survive. Not turning the eggs during incubation will result in the death of the embryos and this incubator takes […]
Incubating your own zebra finch eggs is definitely possible. Keep in mind that incubating zebra finch eggs is slightly harder than hatching chicken eggs, but it is definitely doable. You need to follow some tips very closely if you want to have a chance of seeing your zebra finch eggs hatch. Follow the tips listed […]
Hatching your own eggs can be a really fun experience, not to mention really rewarding too. Raising your own pets or even having farm animals is a really great experience, especially when you get to be with the animals from start to finish. With an incubator you can pretty much hatch anything that comes in […]
Incubators are used for artificially hatching eggs when you don’t have any hens to keep the eggs warm. An incubator re-creates the conditions that are needed to hatch eggs such as warmth, humidity, and ventilation. For the eggs to hatch in an incubator you need to keep the settings on the incubator stable
Great – you’ve picked out your first egg incubator! Now, the real fun part begins. There are a number of other supplies that are helpful when it comes to hatching and raising your new chicks. These supplies are largely the same, whether you’re going to be keeping the chickens as pets and personal egg layers, or if you’ll be using the chickens for meat or reselling.