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What is the correct tempurature for hatching chicken eggs with a hova bator incubator

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Forced air (fan equipped) 99.5. Still air, 100.5 at the top of the eggs.

 

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What is the correct tempurature for hatching chicken eggs with a hova bator incubator

Still air incubator, 102 degrees on top of the eggs, Forced fan incubator, 99.5-100 degrees measured anywhere in the incubator. Always use more than one thermometer (especially in a still air) and make sure your thermometers are accurate. 

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