How to Hatch Chicken Eggs from a Homemade Incubator?


Making a homemade chicken incubator allows you to safely hatch chicken eggs at home. All you need is a box that is roughly one foot deep, something soft to lay the eggs on, and a heat lamp. Be sure that the lamp isn't too high of a temperature, or too close to the eggs. Gently turn the eggs once per day.
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1. Place the box on a flat surface with one of the long sides facing up. Use your measuring tape to measure 2 inches from the edge of the box moving around its side. Mark the 2-inch just finished a contest for homemade incubators. There are tons of pictures, ideas and plans under the incubation portion of the forum.
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