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Monday, March 10, 2014

Mini Eco Incubator Review & GIVEAWAY

   
best incubator for hatching quail, Brinsea Mini Eco egg incubator, Coturnix quail, no muss no fuss incubator

    Once again, I am partnering up with Brinsea to do an amazing giveaway!   I was sent a Mini Eco Egg incubator from Brinsea to review.  I read about all kinds of incubators and about every place I read they said to buy an extra thermometer and a hygrometer and not to trust the thermometer that comes with your incubator.  I had tried Brinsea products before (read my review of their egg candler) and I trusted the brand.  I received the incubator and plugged it in.  I added the amount of water that the instructions advised and waited 24 hours and then I added in 7 quail eggs and 4 chicken eggs.  I turned the eggs 2-3 times a day as recommended and kept the water levels as they should be.  I did nothing else and the incubator was a great success.
Brinsea Mini Eco egg incubator, best incubator for hatching quail, no muss no fuss incubator, coturnix quail
1st baby quail coming out of the shell.

Brinsea Mini Eco egg incubator, best incubator for hatching quail, no muss no fuss incubator, coturnix quail
Almost there...

Brinsea Mini Eco egg incubator, best incubator for hatching quail, no muss no fuss incubator, coturnix quail
Some of the baby quail that were hatched by the incubator.

Brinsea Mini Eco egg incubator, best incubator for hatching quail, no muss no fuss incubator, coturnix quail
The 4 baby chicks that were hatched from the incubator.

   One winner will be randomly chosen via Rafflecopter.  Good luck and come back daily for extra entries by tweeting about the contest.

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10 comments:

  1. I would love to use this as a learning tool for my grandchildren. They think it is awesome when the hen catches out her babies, think how much more exciting it would be for them to watch the process themselves. Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful incubator.

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  2. I would love to get my hands on one of those incubators. I love my diy incubator, but I bet my hatch rates would be even better if I had a real one. Thanks for this awesome giveaway opportunity.

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  3. I have wanted one of these for my fourth grade class at school.

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  4. this would be a great little incubator for my nephew who is 10 to learn about incubating. He loves doing stuff pertaining to homesteading. thanks.

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  5. Thanks for hosting! I'd love to start raising coturnix quail and an incubator is on my wish list.

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  6. What a timely giveaway!! I have made it my mission this year to begin raising my own chickens and have been researching like a mad woman! From how to build a coop (which my boyfriend and I began building two weeks ago), to the proper ORGANIC feed, and which are the best breeders. This would certainly come in handy, ty!

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  7. I would also love to have this! I have just finished building a small chicken coop in the backyard and would love to have this to get started. It would be an easy way for my kids to watch the process!

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  8. We recently hatched our first set of eggs under a broody. We'd love to have an incubator instead of relying on a broody. This would be cool to win. :-) Thanks for the opportunity!

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  9. I would like to expand my flock of Dominique's and Easter Eggers, but I don't have any broody chickens right now.

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  10. I have 12 hatching eggs on order! I have excellent things about this incubator and would love to have a chance to try it out =)

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