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This automatic egg turner eliminates the need to manually turn the eggs in your Hova-bator incubator. During incubation eggs must be turned 3-4 times per day to keep the yolk from settling to one side and to exercise the embryo. Turning the eggs by hand only takes a minute but must be done consistently. The automatic egg turner saves you the time and trouble of this repetitive task. It is especially helpful in a classroom situation where manual egg turning is inconvenient on weekends.
The turner comes with six universal racks, which can each hold seven eggs ranging in size from partridge to duck (42 eggs total), and six quail egg racks which can each hold 20 quail eggs (120 eggs total). Size is 15" x 15" x 3" and operates on 110-volt AC.
This turner rotates the eggs every two hours at a 90 degree angle; it does not need to flip them all the way over.