Cream Crested Legbars, BCM, Rhodebars, bearded silkies, good laced/buff laced polish, black/lavender ameraucanas
Bourbon red, red bronze, royal palm, mottled black
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I incubate turkeys exactly like chickens, low humidity until lockdown, then as high as possible for hatching. Kevin Porter has an excellent writeup about hatching turkeys on his website: http://www.porterturkeys.com/egghatchingtips.htm
Mostly because I used a giant cooler as an incubator. If you look up home made incubators, here and on the internet at large, you will find most are using a cooler as a insulated "case". This simplifies a lot of the building. For mine, I didn't even drill any holes, just passed the electrical stuff out of the drain plug, and intentionally don't make it too airtight so that there is enough oxygen exchange.
I do run the hatcher a little cooler, I aim for between 98 and 99, whereas the main incubator is between 99 and 100. Sometimes I find the temp dropping to 97 or even to 95, when I add cold water or leave the top open too long.
Here's a pic of my hatch....4 Olive eggers, 1CCL, and two mixes CCL over GLW/RB/Lav Orp
If anybody is interested, I will probably have some extra OEs......
They are adorable! No matter how many times I see chick pictures I still love them! I really like the little round black one on the right, the one with the gray/white chest and throat.