So, we have had Coturnix Quail for 10 months. Plan was to get them as chicks, cull any males for freezer and eat and sell eggs. Well, we still have all 19 of them. Hubby wants to bring in new ones. I said we have fertile eggs, why not incubate... then a GREAT sale at the feed store.... bing, bang boom..... There is now a fancy incubator sitting in my kitchen. Quail eggs are being collected and positioned and our first attempt starts tomorrow night. So.... those that have successfully done this.... any info would be great. I have read 99.9-100* for temp in incubator and 50-60% humidity..... is that about right? We have collected 10 eggs last night, storing them room temp, small end down. Will get tonight and most of tomorrows and then start. Question, we have another 15-20 sitting on counter we collected Fri/Sat but they were not stored small end down, etc. but have been sitting at room temp. Would they be viable to put in too? Thanks everyone!