Brought this to hatch quail eggs. Love it.
This reviewer has 6-8 Quail pets
working at this present moment down to 2 days remaining. All's working well, set up nice and easy with a little help.
We tried last year to incubate some eggs in a cheap incubator without success and had a very disappointed 11 year old daughter. We bought the Brinsea Mini II Advance which came with the excellent viewer for candling at 10 and 18 days. We bought 6 Lavender Pekin eggs online and after allowing them to settle for 24 hours after their trip in the post, we set them into the incubator. 10 days later we had 5 embryos developing nicely. One egg was unfertilised and we removed that. At day 18 we re candled to see 5 very full eggs which had been happily wobbling away in the incubator. At day 20 our very first chick started to pip and by day 22 we had 5 beautiful Lavender Pekins. We now have 5, 3 week old bundles of mischief in the brooder and a very happy 11 year old! The incubator is very easy to use and the automatic turning was brilliant taking out all the worry of turning the eggs. The humidity was spot on, allowing each chick to hatch safely. We can't wait to use it again next Easter. Highly recommended.