Originally Posted by tiffani day
Put 31 eggs in our bator Wednesday and we are having issues with it, is it safe to transfer them to a new incubator? Also there seems to be a lot Of debate on the internet on the propper temp/humiditity level, what do you suggest?
Sure, go for it, especially if you are having problems! I put mine in on Wed. night, late, too.
A lot of us have just gone what works for us. We've hatched for yrs. And, still have problems here and there. I just had a terrible hatch after having hatched from the same gal and gotten great results, with the same bator, the same temps, and the same humidity. Shipped eggs. Guess I lucked out the first few times.
For still air and on silkies, I don't use much humidity. Below what is suggested.
Even on LF eggs. I go 60% or just a bit higher for lock down. During incubation, I do 30%, or just a bit higher. Not sure where you are from, or what breed you have in. Some say this makes a difference too. Like I said, I do my silkies different than what I just suggested for LF.