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Postby jaydee67 » 01 Feb 2007, 21:05

I realised too late that by copying and pasting I was deleting the name of the original poster of the 'useful links', this was unintentional - a duh! moment. Thanks to all who have researched the links and shared them with us - I hope you will continue to do so.


http://www.ascott-shop.co.uk/index.htm

http://www.countryfayre.co.uk/

http://www.sprcentre.co.uk/

http://www.domesticfowltrust.co.uk/catalogueindex.html

http://www.wheatcroftpoultry.co.uk/
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Postby Attila The Hen » 05 Feb 2008, 12:49

Hi Jaydee,

Just a query - should the brooder link be on here? If you read the update section on that link, their brooder didn't work! And they resorted to a box next to a radiator in the house.

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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby jaydee67 » 12 Feb 2009, 18:24

Thanks Atilla, it's a gonner!
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Postby Andy&Julz » 28 Aug 2010, 08:41

Does anyone know of any UK based companies that post items to France? Im looking for an incubator/brooder!
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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby The_Incubator_Shop » 29 Sep 2010, 11:13

Andy&Julz wrote:Does anyone know of any UK based companies that post items to France? Im looking for an incubator/brooder!


Hi Andy and Julz, if you are still interested in an incubator/brooder, we at The Incubator Shop can send one to France.

Feel free to call us on (44) 1482 865080, email us at info@theincubatorshop.co.uk, or visit our website: http://www.theincubatorshop.co.uk

I hope this helps.

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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby Captain Carrot » 29 May 2011, 10:16

Hello all.

I was wondering if someone could help me out. I'm very confused.

It's almost June, and I'm fed up waiting for one of my hens to go broody, so I'm looking to buy an incubator. Cash is a bit tight at the moment, so I don't want to spend loads of money, but I want good results too.

Is it a case of you get what you pay for, or are some of the smaller, cheaper incubators any good?

I suppose I'm looking for one to hold about 20 hen eggs.

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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby laffinfowl » 29 May 2011, 11:41

Anything from the Brinsea range i,d highly recommend,a bit costlier than others but well worth the money,they do come up on E-Bay now and then. I,m sure there are other cheaper models that could do the job for you if you are,nt planning on doing a lot of hatching. It is i have found a case of you get what you pay for.The other thing to give some thought to is what you will do with surplus cockerels from your hatching.
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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby Lindsay » 29 May 2011, 13:03

The_Incubator_Shop wrote:Hi Andy and Julz, if you are still interested in an incubator/brooder, we at The Incubator Shop can send one to France.



Bit late to reply to this, but I've only just seen it. I ordered two Red Top fly traps from them a few weeks ago. More often than not, I have problems with delivery when ordering from Britain, but these came very quickly. I have no connection with them, but I'm always on the look-out myself for recommendations for delivery to France.

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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby Captain Carrot » 29 May 2011, 21:25

laffinfowl wrote:Anything from the Brinsea range i,d highly recommend,a bit costlier than others but well worth the money,they do come up on E-Bay now and then. I,m sure there are other cheaper models that could do the job for you if you are,nt planning on doing a lot of hatching. It is i have found a case of you get what you pay for.The other thing to give some thought to is what you will do with surplus cockerels from your hatching.


There is no problem with surplus cockerels, i've sent a few off to freezer camp.

I'll have a looksie on Amazon and the like for an incubator, thanks for your advice.
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Re: Useful sites: incubators and poultry equipment

Postby BuyIncubators » 25 Feb 2014, 10:52

We sell all kinds of poultry with high hatching rates. We also sell spare parts to help you fix your old equipment.
Our website is http://www.buyincubators.com
Hope this helps everyone.
Our contact details are on our website.
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