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Hatching Chicken Eggs

Whether you are a teacher or a parent, you will know what a wonderful learning opportunity chicken hatching is for children of all ages. But paying others to set up hatching incubators can be a costly exercise year after year. At Chicken Houses Plus we offer a complete package for teachers to create their own hatching experience for students. We carry incubation package features a Dome Chicken Incubator that holds up to 3 chicken eggs, or 8 quail eggs, and we have the Brinsea Digital 7 Egg Incubator, a mini brooder with feeder and waterer and a hatching manual.

Science Fair Chicken Egg Incubator Kit

ChickenHousesPlus.com Science Fair Chicken Egg Incubator Kit

The Teacher’s package also comes with a dozen free fertile eggs to get started. With your school’s own hatching system you’ll be able to offer students the scientific discovery of chicken hatching year round. If you have any questions please call Toll Free: 888-595-5306

We carry Hova Bator Incubators and Brinsea Incubators for both poultry and reptiles.

Some quick information on Incubation

Temperature:
101.5 degrees F. in a still-air incubator
99.5 degrees F. in a forced air incubator

Humidity:
Chickens: Relative humidity should be 50 to 55%. Some say to raise the humidity the last three days to 58%. Guineas are the same.

Waterfowl: Relative humidity for goose and duck eggs is 63%, raise the humidity the last three days to 70%.

Our egg hatching incubators bring the magic of hatching your own chickens to your backyard.