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Mini egg Incubator - for all your hatching needs £105.46 @ Amazon

£105.46 @ Amazon
Amazing deal on this egg incubator, a third off on an amazon lightning deal. Cheapest ever on Amazon according to camel camel. Adjustable automatic egg turning, autostop on turning, temperature ala… Read More
colinadcock2 Avatar
4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
Amazing deal on this egg incubator, a third off on an amazon lightning deal. Cheapest ever on Amazon according to camel camel.

Adjustable automatic egg turning, autostop on turning, temperature alarms and egg cooling facility
High quality transparent removable lid for excellent egg visibility and accessibility
Standard egg turning disc supplied for 7 hen eggs, 7 duck/turkey eggs. (a small egg turning disc is available separately for 12 pheasant / quail eggs )
Electronic temperature control, easy to view digital display for monitoring temperature and digital countdown to hatch

Just think of all the eggs you can hatch! Better yet, pop it in a tree and watch as birds start using this as a nest - saving them valuable nest building and looking after time. Plus, keeps them warm in the night. Mamma bird just can't cope? This is the answer!

Note: Please don't take eggs from nests. That's bad.
colinadcock2 Avatar
4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
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banned 5 Likes #1
At last I can hatch those Creme Eggs I've been saving since Easter
1 Like #2
Now this is a deal you don't see everyday....
3 Likes #3
is there a larger option available? 7 isn't enough to accommodate my hatching needs.
1 Like #4
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?
1 Like #5
Seems a waste of money to me, it doesn't mention if it has auto humidity control, which is just as important as temperature, and there doesn't appear to be room to place a guage inside.
Anyone looking to hatch eggs would be far better getting a larger manual incubator, or just get some silkies to sit on eggs for you.

Edited By: Dyslexic_Dog on Jan 18, 2017 17:35: .
#6
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?


No, they won't be fertile.
1 Like #7
Finally. Won't be long until I open my Jurassic Park now......
#DinoTastic
#NatureFindsAWay
2 Likes #8
Just don't try hatching any dog eggs!
2 Likes #9
Dyslexic_Dog
Just don't try hatching any dog eggs!
.....Without the optional dog egg turning disc ;)
#10
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?
You for real? Sorry. No you can't.

Edited By: shalton on Jan 18, 2017 17:41
4 Likes #11
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?


Ignore the comical answers.
Go to the supermarket customer services and ask for self fertilising eggs.
#12
Eggsellent!
banned#13
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?
In a Chinese supermarket the answer is, seriously, yes
#14
wtf lol
#15
nitro228
is there a larger option available? 7 isn't enough to accommodate my hatching needs.


buy two....
#17
Well that's game set and hatch 8)
#18
What a cracking deal thanks op
#19
epic but expired. Where do you even get fertilised eggs from?!
#20
shalton
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?
You for real? Sorry. No you can't.


yes I'm for real??? wots the difference between a egg on a farm and 1 from supermarket???
4 Likes #21
bevalor
shalton
bevalor
most probably going to get 'slated' for this question but......can you just put eggs from supermarket in this and a chicken will hatch?
You for real? Sorry. No you can't.
yes I'm for real??? wots the difference between a egg on a farm and 1 from supermarket???
A cock
3 Likes #22
meanmoose
epic but expired. Where do you even get fertilised eggs from?!


a hen that's seen a big cock.
1 Like #23
Hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster
For the eggs to be fertilised, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg
If the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilised
If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilised
#24
itsgun4u
Hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster
For the eggs to be fertilised, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg
If the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilised
If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilised


thank you @itsgun4u....I just thought hens laid eggs and if they went in a incubator they would turn into chicks and if not the were just eggs....in my opinion it was a serious question and thanks again for your sensible answer :)
#25
bevalor
itsgun4u
Hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster
For the eggs to be fertilised, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg
If the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilised
If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilised
thank you @itsgun4u....I just thought hens laid eggs and if they went in a incubator they would turn into chicks and if not the were just eggs....in my opinion it was a serious question and thanks again for your sensible answer :)

That was from the daily mail link posted by japes. Not everyone will read the article so posted details in comment.
#26
itsgun4u
bevalor
itsgun4u
Hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster
For the eggs to be fertilised, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg
If the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilised
If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilised
thank you @itsgun4u....I just thought hens laid eggs and if they went in a incubator they would turn into chicks and if not the were just eggs....in my opinion it was a serious question and thanks again for your sensible answer :)

That was from the daily mail link posted by japes. Not everyone will read the article so posted details in comment.


I don't open links on here for some reason I get days and days of my phone vibrating and screen flashing with a warning that my phone as a virus which Google needs to assist with oOoO:|
banned#27
itsgun4u
Hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster
For the eggs to be fertilised, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg
If the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilised
If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilised
and in Asia fertilised eggs, complete with half formed embryo, are a delicacy

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