How do you 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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Homemade Chicken Incubators
Homemade chicken incubators can be used to hatch eggs as a science experiment, or to hatch eggs to increase the number of chickens you raise for the table. You can make a homemade chicken incubator using a box and a heat source, or create a more... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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