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goose egg in auto incubator machine

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How to create a incubator machine for goose eggs?
99,5f / 60% h
Last 3 days - 80% h

I read in Google goose eggs needs :
10 day - 25 day, one time per day down temperature 30C and sprey eggs with water ( water temperature 20C / 25C )
Is that correct?

How to spray eggs automatically?
Edited by hackertom - 3/11/16 at 11:41pm
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You can use a mister to spray the eggs, theres tons of DIY incubators on here, as for lowering the temp, i dont think its a good idea. 

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