This whole humidity thing seems to be complicating some hatches. Ok, I know a lot of you have never expeienced a problem with this regardless of anything..... but I got to wondering.... Is it possible that chickens adapt to some small extent to the relative humidity of an area when making an egg? Could the shell and/or pores vary on an egg based on the part of the country that they are from? Or maybe it's not even that, maybe all eggs are created equal... maybe it is the humidity in an area that the eggs are exposed to prior to moving to their new owners......... Is there ANY way that this could effect a hatch as far as chicks drowning or being too dry? Or is it really always about what's going on inside the incubator? I'm interested to know.... anyone experience differences in eggs from, just as an example, Arizona versus eggs from New York???