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ive just ordered a new incubator off of flee bay it has all the readings on the front on screen for temp and % of humidity,.......it cost £130 (inc postage)

im hoping ive made a good investment as I want too hatch a few geese eggs and fatten them up for xmas auctions .....the incubator holds 48 chicken eggs so will probably only hold 24 goose eggs........im then going to breed poults for saleing and eating maybe.....

any tips would be greatly received as im first time starting out with all this incubator stuff......

many thanks

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No real Buddhist would do this ? Media ???? Selling stories !

What the fukc ??? .........

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thanks that's helped ,.......looks like this time next year I shall be a millionaire,........ :angel:

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Has it got a temperature gauge and an electric fan?

I believe so ,......please don't give me bad news.......

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I wont :laugh: It's been a few years since I have hatched any eggs, it was usually goose eggs and lizards :D Just ensure the moisture levels are correct and you don't have a power cut, I lost a batch of gecko eggs due to a power cut.......

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thank fook I thought you were about to say they blow up,.........that would be about my luck.......how much they lizards make ,.......could be worth a punt.... :hmm:

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thank fook I thought you were about to say they blow up,.........that would be about my luck.......how much they lizards make ,.......could be worth a punt.... :hmm:

lol, not worth it financially unless you get very unusual morphs. I never sold any, just bred for myself.

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thank fook I thought you were about to say they blow up,.........that would be about my luck.......how much they lizards make ,.......could be worth a punt.... :hmm:

lol, not worth it financially unless you get very unusual morphs. I never sold any, just bred for myself.

 

dinosaurs it is then,......lol

I got to do something as me time with kids school and all that don't give me time to get stuck into anything ,............we got to pick a goat up next week to eat the brash away for our live stock ,.............be a good crack anyway

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Stopped breeding leopard geckos and bearded dragons about 4 year ago,cost of electric and food etc.

Its a fickle market now and animals fall out of fashion quick so prices fall quick,and everyone jumps on the bandwagon breeding as well.

One tip if a lizards eggs shrivel or sink,put damp sphagnum moss over them,and it seems to bring them back,always had 100 percent hatch rate.

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I used to put batches in vermiculite in the plastic containers take away food comes in.........

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I used to put batches in vermiculite in the plastic containers take away food comes in.........

yeah thats we did,just sometimes they would deflate ,so we found the moss would re enflate them.

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