The Incubator maker is the solution for making high quality and hatching rate incubator.
Incubator Maker is guide in PDF and video format. It reveals how to make high hatching-rate incubators with cheap and effective materials and it will show you several process of environmental requirements in hatching the egg. There are Four bonuses books available when you buy the main guide.
“How to Make a High-Quality, High-Hatching-Rate Incubator with Cheap Parts…Quickly and Easily”
Have you been looking for an inexpensive way to build a high quality egg incubator that’s guaranteed to yield a high hatching rate?…
Like those high-end, expensive incubators used by professional hatcheries? If yes, then you’ve come to the right place.
But first, tell me if I get this right..
Most likely… .
|You’ve purchased incubators before, but to your disappointment, the hatching rate was low to say the least.|
|You’ve been told that to achieve a high hatching rate you need to buy an expensive incubator, but you don’t want to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on an high-end incubator.|
|You’re tired of incubators that only get a few hatches before starting to fall apart.|
|You’re bored to death of having to turn eggs 3 or more times a day for the entire incubation period.|
|You’re afraid to eat market poultry because “Only God knows what’s been injected, fed, or stuffed into them,” and you want to take the safety of what you put in your mouth… into your own hands.|
|Let me tell you something about myself. I’ve been a high school science teacher for over 20 years.|
One day I came up with the idea of showing my class how to hatch chickens in an incubator. I bought a small still-air incubator for $150. It was nothing fancy, just a basic unit with a thermostat.
I took it to my class, and put it to the test with a dozen chicken eggs…
Everyone was looking forward to see the chicks hatch!
I followed the directions provided to the letter. I watched… and waited… and watched… and waited…
My students and I jumped with joy!
Sadly, the excitement quickly turned into disappointment. The two chicks were the only ones that hatched out of… 12. Which is an abysmally low hatching rate of just 17%!
Even worst, they both died a few days later, probably because the conditions at which they hatched were not optimal…
Determined not to give up, I bought another incubator; a Brinsea Fully Automatic Incubator.
At $489 plus shipping, it wasn’t cheap, but I had to show my students that hatching chickens at home could be done.
While the Brinsea incubator was much easier to use, the hatch was far from a success and it turned out to be yet another disappointment.
|Not to be outdone, I started asking around about incubators used by hatcheries.|
What I found was that hatcheries use incubators with advanced humidity control systems as well as egg turners.
These are key features to increase the hatching rates.
The only problem was that the cheapest would cost me over $1,500!!! Far more than I wanted to spend on an incubator for a school project.
But I didn’t give up and I told my students that I was looking for a way to make an incubator myself.
At that point, a student told me that his neighbor is well known for building incubators.
Upon hearing that I had to learn more. The next day, my student took me to meet his neighbor.
The man explained that he worked for a large incubator manufacturing company. He also explained that it was pretty easy to make high-hatching incubators with common cheap parts…
He also told us that incubator manufacturers knowingly make poorly built incubators that result in low hatching rates… “Otherwise, there would be no use in buying the more expensive models.”
His incubators, on the other hand, were made with parts that can be bought at any local hardware store.
He sent me home with a few instructions on how to make one myself. On the way home, I stopped to pick up the supplies, which were surprisingly cheap.
That same evening, I built my incubator. Yes, it was that easy!
Even better, after putting the incubator to the test, I noticed I had a 95% hatching rate! Fabulous!
Next, instead of just showing how to hatch chickens, I showed my students how to make incubators of their own. This part of the course was by far the most fun.
This was years ago. Now, I make a living by teaching others how to build incubators.
And, that’s exactly what I’ll show you in my step-by-step system: Incubator Maker™
Incubator Maker™ also includes instructional videos, so you can practically watch over my shoulder as I make egg incubators with a high hatching rate and at a fraction of the cost of shop bought incubators.
Incubator Maker™ will teach you…
|How to make an incubator with a high hatching rate = comparable to industrial incubators.|
|Humidity Management – how to manage the humidity of your incubator like high-end professional hatcheries do.|
|Digital Heat Control – control the heat of your incubator with the push of a button.|
|Automatic Egg Turner – you don’t need to manually turn eggs any longer, the homemade automatic egg turner will do this for you to save your time.|
|Ventilation System – all your fertile eggs will hatch, no matter if they are positioned near the heat source or far away. The ventilation system will spread heat evenly.|
|The one thing you absolutely MUST NOT DO until all your eggs have successfully hatched.|
|The most important things to consider when making an incubator – Getting any of these wrong will drastically cut-down your hatch rate.|
|How to imitate the one thing that mother hens do that’s vital to the incubation process.|
|Detailed list of all the tools and materials required to build a hatchery grade incubator at a fraction of its cost.|
|Detailed information on several bird species about incubation periods, temperature for still and forced air incubators, humidity, mating ratio, hatchability decline, etc…|
|And much, much more!|
And here are just some of the results that Incubator Maker™ has achieved for my clients…
At this point, you might be asking, but how much will all of this cost?
Well, today you are lucky, because I’m practically giving away Incubator Maker™ for a fraction of its market value. Why?
Because, remember, my passion is teaching. So, to your luck, if you order now, you will get Incubator Maker™ for only $37!!!
Now, don’t thank me just yet. The discounted price is yours only if you take action now. I plan to increase the price soon; after all, I do have to make a living.
And, don’t forget… in Incubator Maker™, you’ll get the inside scoop on where to get cheap, yet effective materials to build your incubator in the comfort of your own home.
Remember, you’ll be saving loads of money, as all high-end incubators cost well upwards of a grand.
Now for the surprise!
“You’ll Also Get These Incredible Bonuses
Raising Chickens & Other Birds
If you decided to raise chickens or other birds you probably already know that the benefits are many. Home grown poultry are healthier, you will save a lot of money, and you will have home produced eggs. As a by-product of your chickens, you will also have the best fertilizer for free!
These are just some of the benefits. However, as any other endeavour, raising poultry can be a tedious task if you don’t have the required knowledge. This book will teach you from the very basics to advanced techniques used by professional hatcheries – a must read if you plan on raising chickens or other birds successfully and hassle-free.
Building a Chicken Coop
So, you’re planning on building a chicken coop but don’t know how to go about it? Don’t worry. You’re about to get your hands on all the information you need on various chicken coop plans, designs, building materials, chicken breeds, what factors to consider before you get down to building your own chicken coop and how to construct it.
Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on a readymade chicken coop, you can now save on at least 50% of the cost by constructing it yourself. It’s one of the best investments you can ever make!
Incubation and Hatching Tables for all the common poultry, birds as well as game birds.
You can stop guessing when your eggs will hatch, or base such vital information on potentially inaccurate information found online.
You will get detailed hatching and incubation tables for both still air and forced air incubators, temperatures, humidity, mating ratios, hatchability decline periods, egg turning periods and other important details that any incubator owner should know.
Are you incubating eggs? Then you should learn to analyze your hatch!
By analyzing your eggs, you will keep track of the progress of your egg incubation. This book will teach you how to monitor many things including the egg fertility, embryo viability and moisture loss (humidity).
By being able to identify and remove non-viable incubating eggs, you can also avoid the risk of a rotten egg exploding and contaminating your hatch with dangerous germs.
You’ll also get a 100% Risk-Free Guarantee!
To make this an even better offer, and because I am absolutely confident with what I’m claiming, I’m giving you a full 60 days to put my egg incubating techniques to the test. Here it is… my 100% Risk-Free Money-Back Guarantee!
P.P.S.: Not all incubators are created equal. But, one thing you can be sure of is that Incubator Maker™ works. With my risk-free money-back guarantee, you can see for yourself without risking a dime!
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