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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
PostPosted: Sun Mar 02, 2014 9:07 am 
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sunland wrote:
2 Humidity till it drips off the lid

Thats just the oddest comment they made to you and its very silly very very silly do not follow that at all


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
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LooLoo wrote:
24 days its not accurate all charts show 28 days and all the good and best breeders are here on AFP and they state 28 days also



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LooLoo How does one explain the hatching at 24 days of this clutch he is telling me of now?????


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 6:30 am 
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He must of had many many days of high temperature out side conf665

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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
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Oh or he missed counted his days thinkerg.gif

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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
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andrewschookz wrote:
He must of had many many days of high temperature out side conf665



He said the temperature was kept at "1 Temperature 39.3" I thought it was supposed to be about 37.6


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
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andrewschookz wrote:
Oh or he missed counted his days thinkerg.gif



It was marked on a callander he says.


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 9:25 am 
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High incubation temperatures will result in a quicker hatch as well as high levels of mortality and deformity. The temperature of 39.3 is bordering on lethal in a forced draught incubator. It would be closer to the mark at the top of the eggs in a still air machine where the temperature gradient means that there is a lower temperature at the bottom of the eggs.
Condensation dripping from the lid is an indication of how well the lid is insulated and how low the outside temperature is. It has very little connection with the humidity in the machine but probably means that it is far too high.
There are plenty of guinea experts on here who will give you better advice.


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 9:33 am 
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doggo wrote:
High incubation temperatures will result in a quicker hatch as well as high levels of mortality and deformity. The temperature of 39.3 is bordering on lethal in a forced draught incubator. It would be closer to the mark at the top of the eggs in a still air machine where the temperature gradient means that there is a lower temperature at the bottom of the eggs.
Condensation dripping from the lid is an indication of how well the lid is insulated and how low the outside temperature is. It has very little connection with the humidity in the machine but probably means that it is far too high.
There are plenty of guinea experts on here who will give you better advice.



So doggo what would YOU recommend as a temperature to incubate at????


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
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I should say that I do not keep guinea fowl and that is why I mentioned that there are plenty of guinea experts on this forum. But incubation requirements for all varieties of poultry are very similar and, as I think your incubator is a fan forced variety, 37.6 would be a suitable temperature. If the incubator is still air probably around 39 would suit.


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 Post subject: Re: JANOEL8 48 incubator
PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 8:41 pm 
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This is such good info on these I am looking for a incubator but had no idea which one until now
than657


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