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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by farmgirlforever18, Aug 11, 2011.
is this two high for a still air?
depends on where the thermometer is at, is it at the top or bottom of the eggs how
its at the same level
Yea, its to hot. 101 at the top of the eggs is about right. 102 at the top would be ok but not if its showing 102 or above below the top of the eggs.
ive got it down to 100 whats good for the humidity its at 21 and there is no eggs in yet they go in in the morning
Don't let humidty go below 20 even for dry incubation. Otherwise, opinion varies from around 40% for regular incubation to well under that for dry incubation. read up on the subject before you set the eggs.