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Re: Curley (brooders)

Posted by Curley on 2/15/07
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    On 2/15/07, Paul Jr wrote:
    > On 2/15/07, Curley wrote:
    >> On 2/15/07, Pauljr wrote:
    >>> On 2/15/07, Curley wrote:
    >>>> On 2/15/07, Pauljr wrote:
    >>>>> Curley,
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Do you have that mobile brooder from brincea and if so is
    >>>>> it any good. I just ordered one cause my fertiles start
    >>>>> hatching feb 24 thru 8th of march..We got lots of fertiles
    >>>>> of all kinds...I just havent posted all of them yet on my
    >>>>> site...lol
    >>>>>
    >>>>> i think im gona have a great season cause every egg is
    >>>>> perky fertile large red veins
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> PaulJr
    >>>>
    >>>> Hi Paul, I use several Joe Freeds Brooders in my facilities
    >>>> and I have a couple of Deans brooders for mobile. IMO these
    >>>> are probably the best and parts are very easy to get. Joe
    >>>> and Dean are great guys too. BTW I have a Grumbach Incubator
    >>>> and 2 turnXs just sitting here. All of my breeders take care
    >>>> of their babies for 2 or 3 weeks. Most Hy breeders pull and
    >>>> incubate the eggs but I let nature take its course. I sure
    >>>> hope you have a great season.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> I have 1 freed and 1 avey but need mobile cause im driving
    >>> from 1 hr to work all the customers are excited to see day 1
    >>> babies so need the mobile type...brincea
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Paul jr
    >>>
    >>>
    >>
    >>
    >> Paul I don't really trust any of the portable brooders but the
    >> original Deans Brooders. I have 3 mostly for emergency
    >> evacuation only, so they just sit here ready to go. Thats all I
    >> have ever used so I can't comment on the brincea unit.
    >
    >
    >
    > What is so incredible is the customers get so excited about
    > their baby especially the gals.
    >
    > I think what I might do next clutch is bring up the incubator
    > and put it in the window and let the customers come up and watch
    > the babies hatch they can always come up after hrs and see the egg
    > through the window.
    >
    >
    > Paul Jr


    Thats a good idea but please be careful cuz an incubator next to a
    window can make the temperature vary alot. No matter how good of
    incubator you have. I'm assumeing you want to put it within inches
    of the glass window. Just try it empty first and monitor the temps.
    The sun will also have an effect. Good luck.