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Rite Farm Products 1200 Pro Digital Egg Incubator Kit
Rite Farm Products 1200 Pro Digital Egg Incubator Kit


 
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List Price: $139.99
Our Price: $69.99
Savings: $70.00

Quantity in Stock:175

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Product Code: 2175
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Rite Farm Products Model 1200 complete pro digital incubator kit TM . The most advanced, professional & complete tabletop incubators on the market today!!
Feature packed incubator kit has features not even offered with many commercial high capacity cabinet units.
-Patented Ultimate Egg Turner TM holds Chicken, Duck, Turkey, Goose, Quail, Bird, Dove, Pigeon, Bantam, and other eggs. Will even hold Peacock, Emu, & Ostrich eggs with the removal of the turner as long as the eggs are less than 5.25 inches tall.
-Strong Long Lasting See Thru & Washable Poly Structure (not cheep styrofoam like little giant, hovabator, & farm innovators)
-Free Egg Candler
-Circulated Air Fan
-Digital Temperature Display
-Digital Humidity Display
-Ultimate Egg Turner
-5 Slot Water Channel Base
-Proper Vents
-Detailed Incubation instructions and learning guide
-See Thru Base
-Commercial quality digital heating element
-110 volt plug and temperature is displayed in Fehrenheit for North American Customers. (United States, Canada, Mexico)
-Washable, removable, poly base guard screen, great for newborn chicks
-Professionally made styrofoam transport and storage shell and box to protect unit during shipping and storage
16.5 inches long x 10.25 inches wide x 9 inches tall. Egg Turner Capacity: Holds 12 chicken, 48 quail or any small eggs, 11 turkey, 11 duck, 11 goose. Eggs in pictures are for display purposes only and are not included.

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Easy to use!!!! Really GREAT!!! March 6, 2017
Reviewer: MISTYANN from Pennsylvania  
I bought 2! Easy to use and clean.  
It took a day or two to figure out how to balance the humidity.
My only issue is that the temp/humidity gauge may be wrong since it is  above the eggs. I used a dual thermo/hydrometer on the egg rack and it read 2 degrees less and 10% less. In the end, I split the difference.
Hatch rate was great for those eggs that were fertile. We candled on the 3rd day and could tell the eggs that were fertile had started well. We candle throughout the process (a bit more than is normal since these eggs were for a science project, every 2-3 days) and they were developing as they should.
In the end, out of 23-eggs, 6-infertile, 1-blood ring, 1-died halfway through, 1-died in the egg at hatching, 1-culled (vent wasn't developed), and 1-failed to thrive.
12-survivors!!!! After going in and out of the incubator and the excessive handling,


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