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Re: Curley (brooders)

Posted by Brett on 5/31/07
(29) Comments


    Do you still have the Grumbach incubator? If so do you want to sell
    it? If you want to sell it what do you want for it?


    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
    >>>>> 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