Originally Posted by iky114p
Please advise i have humidity at 50%-55% for the first 25 days then shift to hatcher where i raise humidity to 65%-70% whereas a local who also hatches peafowl eggs said humidity should be around 75%-80% all during the full 28-30 days please advise
if you can't get the temp down to where it should be to start off with then your sort of urinating in the wind , IE: banging your head against the wall.
I find 60% humidity during incubating the first 24-25 days then raise it to about 70 % in the last 2-3 days works good for our eggs.
Again, if it's as hot as you say it is and you don't cool it off IN YOUR ROOM then you are literally cooking your eggs and spinning your wheels.
An incubator is made to produce heat and takes in heat from the room it's in also , as your finding out and as barkerg explained very well.
You MUST keep your room no warmer than 82 degrees max ! ( 27.7 Celsius)
Edited by allbirds4me - 6/22/16 at 4:26pm