So I copied and pasted below the info from the sheet I printed up and have laying beside my Hoba-Bator 1602N wth a fan kit and auto turner. If any of my information is incorrect or if you have tips for my first hatch I will add or change as needed. I got the bator today and it is set up and running I have the humidity at 63% and the temp I am still adjusting but have been steady at 97 waiting for the last adjustment to take effect now (making adjustments about 30 mins or so), maybe I will hit 99.5 before the nights end. My eggs from cjexotics should ship next month so I still have lots of time to figure everything out. I am just trying to be prepared the best I can. Thanks for your time and help Tisha Hatching eggs 21 days for chickens 28 days for guineas Temperature, 99.5 for Fan Forced incubator, Humidity, 60-65% for the first 18 days, 80-85% for the last 3 days Turn and add water to center reservoir only a few days prior to placing eggs in the incubator and make all adjustments. Allow eggs to rest and come back to room temperature 12 to 24 hours after they are shipped, place eggs in auto turner with pointy end down. You may candle as early as 3 days. You may see a spike in temp around 10 or 11 days due to chicks developing and may have to adjust temp down (up to 1 full turn for the 1602N Hova-Bator) But remember, if your eggs reach the temperature of 105 kiss them good bye, at this temp it will kill the chicks. Use a wet sponge in the incubator if humidity being too low is a problem. If humidity is too high cover part of water reservoir with aluminum foil and tape it down. STOP turning eggs on day 18 and place on the incubator rack with pointy end lower. Fill both water reservoirs at this point and raise humidity up to 80 or 85%. DO NOT OPEN after lockdown, not for any reason. The chicks that hatched can wait up to 3 days without food or water, while the others hatch. Once the hatch is done put chicks in a brooder with a temp of 95 to 100. Eggs should lose 13% of weight during hatch if weighing during hatch.