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WIN an incubator

PUBLISHED: 11:30 09 January 2017

The Brinsea Maxi II EX incubator

The Brinsea Maxi II EX incubator


Our prize is a Brinsea Maxi II EX incubator and an EcoGlow 20 Chick Brooder, together worth £286

Here is a chance to win a fantastic prize from Brinsea® Products Ltd, the incubation specialists. Brinsea have been focusing on egg incubator design for 40 years, resulting in incubators and accessories offering unparalleled practicality, reliability and hatch rates with healthy chicks time after time. Brinsea manufactures a range of incubators to suit every pocket from the Mini II, which holds seven hen’s eggs, to the OvaEasy 580 cabinet incubator which holds up to 576 hen’s eggs. Brinsea’s incubators are protected by Biomaster antimicrobial additives, proven to be effective against 99.99% of bacteria and microbes, providing an added level of protection for your eggs during incubation. All Brinsea products come with a three-year guarantee for extra peace of mind.

The Brinsea EcoGlow 20 Chick Brooder The Brinsea EcoGlow 20 Chick Brooder

Our prize, Brinsea’s new Maxi II EX worth £240, is a 14-egg incubator which makes up for its small size with a huge specification and provides the ideal environmental controls for maximum hatch rates of small numbers of eggs. The EX model has excellent visibility of the hatching eggs, and provides fully automatic turning and digital control of temperature and humidity.

The EcoGlow 20 Chick Brooder worth £46.21 is ideal for keeping newly hatched poultry, game and waterfowl warm.

All Brinsea products are proudly made in the UK in their factory in North Somerset. To find out why you should buy from Brinsea visit their website, www.brinsea.co.uk or call 0345 226 0120.

TO ENTER: See page 13 the Poultry section of the February issue of Country Smallholding, on sale now.


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