A Homemade Incubator

A Homemade Incubator
By Brandi Tait, Alabama This incubator is small, but you can go larger if you use a fan to move the heat. I like to start with between four and nine eggs to improve the chances of hatching with the small incubator. • Take your heat lamp apart. Put the socket on top of a Styrofoam cooler lid and trace the outline of the socket, so you can cut a hole that it will fit perfectly through. Let the cord run out and make sure you can reach the on/off switch from the outside. • Take an 8-by-10-inch picture frame, remove the paper and cut it about 1/2-inch off of each side of the paper. Use it to trace the viewing window in front of the cooler. • Duct tape the glass to attach it to the cooler inside the window frame. • Plug in your incubator! You are ready

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