If you’re anything like me I’m sure you’ve had hatching eggs in your incubator for weeks now. I have a tendency to hatch back to back, but even so every once in awhile I need to take a break and clean the incubator. A dirty incubator is a breeding ground for bacteria which can cause your hatches to fail. None of us want that to happen! So technically the best thing to do is to clean your incubator between every set of hatching eggs. I know it’s hard to put off chicks but for the sake of your hatches, sometimes you have to do it. We’ll try to get this cleaning thing done as quickly as possible!
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- Lisa Murano
Raising chickens, teenagers, pets, flowers and growing our own food on 25 acres in the hills of western Pennsylvania....and doing it all as cheaply as possible!
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