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Harris Farms Nurture Right 360

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The Harris Farms Nurture Right 360 incubator with built-in LED candler is easy to use and set-up.

  • Automatic egg turner
  • Auto-Stop turning eggs 3 days before hatch
  • External water top-up
  • Power sockets for 12V adapter and egg turner
  • Air vent under each corner of the base
  • Base with built-in egg turner system
  • Air vent/humidity adjusting knob
  • Built-in LED egg candler
  • Clear window with 360° wide view
  • External water pot for easily adding water
  • 22 egg capacity
  • 13 in. x 13 in. x 8.5 in.
  • 1 year limited warranty

Specification Description
Product Weight: 5.37 lb.
Package Length: 14-3/16 in.
Power Type: Electric
Package Height: 9-7/16 in.
Product Height: 8-1/2 in.
Product Width: 13 in.
Product Size: 13 x 13 x 8-1/2in.
Package Weight: 0.5 lb.
Product Type: Incubators
Product Length: 13 in.
Warranty: 1 Year Limited
Brand: Harris Farms
Package Width: 14-3/16 in.
Product Material: Plastic
Package Quantity: 1
Type: Incubator with built-in LED Candler
Manufacturer Part Number 1030121
Harris Farms Nurture Right 360 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Easy to operate! I bought 1 of these to try. I had been using one of the Chinese incubators which was horrible. I had a 95% hatch rate. I loved it so much I went and bought another one. The directions are very easy to read. The humidity, and temperature stays right on point.
Date published: 2018-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High hatch rate This incubator is VERY easy to use, and we have a very good hatch rate as 19 out of 22.
Date published: 2018-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not at all what I was wxpecting I bought this and my first hatch less than half of my chicks hatched, also my digital days count down quit working along with the automatic egg turner.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A dream I love it. I read a lot of reviews on it which left a couple of issues-the chicks have access to the fan which could hurt them and the bottom grate has too big of openings that could catch their feet. Called them as soon as I purchased it and they are sending me a fan cover and a bottom cover-for free. He said the newer ones come with these installed (as of apr 2018). Humidity has been a little bit of a struggle to get spot on, but that is really miniscule to the issues I’ve had with the other 4 incubators I’ve purchased and returned. I haven’t hatched any yet as I just bought it, but with how many times I’ve hatched I’m confident it will go well. I will probably be buying two more and returning my hova bator
Date published: 2018-05-23
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I am looking at hatching peacock eggs and golden pheasant eggs. Is this a good incubator for these eggs?

Asked by: Grace D
Peacock egg are too large to fit into the egg turner of the Nurture right 360, but customer could remove the egg turner and manually turn the eggs by hand. Typical pheasant eggs are fine to use with this unit.
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-05-05

Why does it need the 12 volt adapter and egg turner if it already has one built in? Yes I’m new to this :)

Asked by: Terry M
The power source is for the incubator. The egg turner isn't built into the unit. It's placed in the unit and should be removed prior to hatching,
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-04-02

How do you clean the bottom? There is stuff left after hatching that is basically drying to the grate and under it before I’m able to open it and get ducks out.

Asked by: AL Duck
The grate is removable, remove the grate to clean the bottom area
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-04-12

Can you use this for goose eggs?

Asked by: camiedc
Goose eggs are too large for this egg turner
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-05-24

How often does the egg turner rotate

Asked by: Gerry60
The egg turner will rotate 5 seconds every 60 minutes; the 5 seconds rotate could have the egg rotate around 180 degrees.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-03-24

When should the egg turner start operation. Turner light is on but not turning. It will turn when mashing + and - buttons . I have 16 days left.

Asked by: Pygmy Goat Farm
The egg turner will run 5 seconds every 60 minutes, 5 seconds rotation could turn egg around 180 degrees. How to reset? Reset the incubator by pressing “MENU” and “-“ buttons at the same time for around 5 seconds until you hear sound feedback, and screen blink once, it means incubator has been successfully reseted, the hatch day count down now will back to 21 day, you can press the MENU button to check, if now the days show 21, means you have reset successfully. Why not design the timer auto back to 21 days after each completed hatch? The incubator timer count down won’t auto back to 21 days after each completed hatch, even it is unplugged for a long time. We programmed it like this is because it is normal sometimes some chicks will late hatch until 22~23 day, if timer will auto back to 21 days after timer countdown to 0 day, then one day 22, the egg turner will rolling again, if at this time someone forget to remove the egg turner, will cause the egg turner turning an unhatched egg on day 22, this will affect normal hatch, so this turner won’t rolling when count down to 0 day, and won’t auto back to 21 days, unless manually operation (reset the timer).
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-05-16

Can you put fewer than 22 eggs in this incubator and still have a successful hatch? Have never done this before :)

Asked by: edandrobyn
yes that's fine---there is no need to put exactly 22 eggs
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-04-30

Would it be able to keep over a weekend without needing water added? I’m a teacher and want my students to be able to witness eggs hatching but don’t have access to my classroom over the weekend.  Can eggs be transported in the incubator safely if needed?

Asked by: TeacherCanDo
Lack of water will affect humidity levels and could damage the hatch. It's not recommended to transport eggs in the incubator.
Answered by: Harris Farms Pro
Date published: 2018-03-27
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