i was just reading another post that said
humidity levels should be kept lower in styrofoam incubators
is that correct?
i have a hovabator 1602N and have the humidity in the fifties
is that too high?
i read that for the first 20 days the humidity should be 58-60 percent
then raise it to 65-70 percent for lockdown
this is from the u minnesota extension website
they're not calling out any different readings
depending on what material the incubator is made of
the instructions that came with the incubator don't call out
a specific humidity level
what are other folks with 1602N's shooting for in terms of humidity levels?
this is a great thread but doesn't say anything about if there
are different desired humidity levels based on the composition
of the incubator: http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=438720&p=14
Edited by latebloomer - 2/20/11 at 11:29am