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Hova-Bator Incubator Automatic Egg Turner - Quail to Duck Egg

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4.2 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
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  • One turner - 2 sets of racks !
  • Holds ups to 41 poultry to duck eggs
  • Or holds up to up to 120 quail sized eggs
  • 110 VAC / 60 Hz
  • 220 VAC / 50 Hz models available at slightly higher prices
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Product Description

During incubation, eggs must be turned several times a day to prevent the yolk from setting to one side and to exercise the embryo. Turning the eggs by hand is the most demanding and time consuming part of egg incubation. Specifications: Turner hold a total of six egg racks. Each Universal Egg Rack holds any size from a partridge egg up to duck eggs (total 41 eggs per turner), and with the quail egg racks in place the turner will hold 120 quail eggs. 15' x 15' x 3',110 Volt AC (220 Volt available for export). CAN BE USED WITH ALL HOVA-BATOR INCUBATORS. You get one turner with 2 sets of racks. Pictures show turner set up each way.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001IDW3WG
  • Item model number: 1610
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,059 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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By Albert on January 12, 2013
good product for the price. if you get one unhook the motor and travel the trays back and forth to find spots where the extrusion lips might catch and make the track jump, scrape them off with a razor blade. Do this before you put eggs in it. If you don't, you can hear it catching in spots when it is turning, this could cause the turner to seize up.
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help... I am trapped in a sea of white quail. Although there are many factors in a good hatching rate,the ability to plug in and forget it is so great after hand turning and the lost sleep and low hatch percentages that go hand in hand when you don't have one of these. Now, I have improved results with a nice jump in production. Good price considering the un-ending potential for labor savings. THIS IS HOW YOU TURN EGGS CORRECTLY, Period...
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Everyone says these things stick because of little plastic parts that were not machined off properly. If I was a farmer or avid egg incubator I may be able to "rig" this thing myself like other claim they had to, but I'm not those things. It does stick and it jolts the eggs when it finally "unsticks" itself. It's a noisy process. It does work ok as all of my duckies hatched successfully without me having to turn them at all. **IF YOU PLAN TO INCUBATE LARGE EGGS, SUCH AS DUCK EGGS, and you plan on filling the incubator, PURCHASE THE TRAYS SPECIFICALLY FOR DUCK EGGS. I had to space mine out because you can't put them next to each other because of the size. The trays it comes with are made for smaller chicken eggs (and they send tiny trays for quail sized eggs). It seems a bit overpriced for a lot of plastic and a small motor but it will save you from incessant turning and penciled x marks, and the stress from worrying about all of it.
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This item is a great purchase...I ordered two and was really impressed first of all at the time it took to get them. It only took 2 days!! Put the eggs on them as soon as we got them and have been amazed at the difference in the amount of quails that have hatched in the incubators. Worked so well, gave one to my brother-in-law. Would recommend this product to anyone raising chickens or quails.
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Had NO luck hatching eggs until I recieved the turner!! 100% hatched with this added turner in my incubator!! Would recommend it to anyone interested in hatching fertile eggs!!
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I switched to the quail racks as soon as I received the turner. The chicken racks moved freely , when I put the quail racks in they were binding where the pin pivots in the guide rails. When the racks were made the machine that molded the plastic left a slight frayed edge on the pins that caused this problem. I trimmed them so it would move freely. The turner probably would have worked fine had I not done this but why put more strain on the motor than needs be. I do like the turner and would have given it 5 stars if not for this. I put my second batch of 120 quail eggs in this morning!
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The product itself is durable. Easy instructions allow for smooth interchange between chicken or quail slots. Chicken eggs fit comfortably within each divot - it'll get a little crowded if you do larger duck or turkey eggs.

Worked great inside my Genesis. Timely clicks assured the eggs were always tilting. Successfully hatched (98%) a combined batch of Ringneck-Pheasants and Chickens.

I used to hand turn each individual egg so I can definitely say it was wonderful to not have to time my outings to get back to roll eggs over! Will always use the auto-turner from now on.
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GQF products are far superior to their competition. These egg turners are literally a version of "plug and play". The user does lose one spot on the egg rack due to the placement of the motor. But when you have tremendous hatches due to your eggs turning - who cares about the loss of one egg. I coupled this turner with a GQF genesis. You would never know either was working as they are so quiet. We have hatched out all sorts of chicken, chukar and pheasants with both products
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