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Our Incubator with 55 G.E.O.'S

This is a video of our incubator. We have 55 geos and over 400 eggs incubating in this photo. The best part is the maintenance. There is none just put the eggs in the geo and check it when it comes close to the hatch date. We have so much more room and time now. We would need over 200 cups to fit the same amount of eggs. If you try them you wont go back its to easy. Just take your pre made kit put the egg in it then label it and wait for them to hatch. We hope that this will help you choose our product. We really use them and like them very very much.

 

Our incubator with the G.E.O

This is a photo of our incubator.  We have 55 geos and over 400 eggs incubating in this photo.  The best part is the maintenance.  There is none just put the eggs in the geo and check it when it comes close to the hatch date. We have so much more room and time now.  We would need over 200 cups to fit the same amount of eggs.  If you try them you wont go back its to easy.  Just take your pre made kit put the egg in it then label it and wait for them to hatch. We hope that this will help you choose our product. We  really use them and like them very very much.

 

 Incubating Gecko Eggs with out a G.E.O

In this post we will be showing a pic of some eggs that where incubated in peat moss, coco fiber and vermiculite mix.   This is the standard for incubating leopard gecko eggs.   These eggs are 44 days into the incubaction process.  Most leopard gecko eggs hatch out at 45 days.  These where incubated at 87.  We had to check them weekly to make sure that they had enough moisture.  We Candle our eggs so you have to remove the egg from its medium and check it then place it back.  We also check for mold as well, due to the egg touching the medium this can be an issue.     

 

Size difference between G.E.O eggs and normal eggs

These are leopard gecko eggs that were incubated in a Gecko Egg Organizer.  They are 44 days into the incubaction process.  They were incubated at 87. 

 

This is a comparison between the eggs incubated in the G.E.O and with the normal method in the medium.

The first pic is of the leopard gecko egg from the medium.  (not using the G.E.O)

The second pic is of an leopard gecko egg that was incubated in the Gecko Egg Organizer.

The difference is stunning.  These eggs were incubated for the same period of time at the same temperature and are the same species of gecko.  The larger eggs is double the weight of the smaller one.

Smaller egg weighs 5 grams

Larger egg weighs 11

This is huge difference.  This will help the gecko get a better start.  This will lead to a faster growth rate.   Making it less time for the geckos to mature for size and health for retail.  We have had a 96% hatch ratio with the G.E.O's.  The hatchlings are weighing 1 to 2 grams more than the ones hatched out in the standard method.  Not saying that all the eggs look like this but about 50% of them get to be this size.  This should help anyone thinking about using this product I know it helped us.

 

 

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