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Kerosene-Powered Chicken Egg Incubator

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The best way to hatch eggs without electricity is with a mother hen. To hatch a large number at once you may need an incubator.
  • Hatches 50 chicken eggs (75 pheasant eggs)
  • Up to 75% success rate.
  • 20-1/2"L x 17"W x 15"H, 22 lb.
  • Amish made.

Note: This incubator takes some skill and some trial and error to operate properly. Experiment with incubator and get constant temperature for several days before adding eggs.

This item is shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take several weeks for delivery.

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KEROSENE-POWERED CHICKEN EGG INCUBATOR DESCRIPTION
How it works-Set oil lamp under coiled copper tubing. Tubing carries heated water through the incubator. Convection causes water to circulate and an automatic thermostat helps maintain the temperature at a constant 103° F. #3 oil lamp burner included - you supply the lamp. You can also use a #2 or double-wick with this item as well. Each of the three burners emits different levels of heat, but the incubator's thermostat will regulate how much heat enters the actual egg chamber to maintain a constant temperature. Requires ambient room temperature of at least 65 ° F and about 5 gallons of kerosene per hatch.

Looks like furniture-Handsome wooden cabinet, stained and varnished, comes with glass window in door. One removable egg tray. Includes thermometer and owners manual.

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* NOTE: This product is drop shipped. This means it is shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take an extra week or two to be delivered.

Customer Reviews of Kerosene-Powered Chicken Egg Incubator
Product Rating: 4.0 out of 5.0(1 reviews)
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- 10/14/2013
said: Isaias Dambe
"It would be good to learn more about this machine, especially how the thermostat stops the heat from overheating the incubator while the lamp is continuously lit. Any chance to ship it outside the US?"
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