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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Chickengirl1304, Jan 15, 2013.
What should my humidity levels be at for dry incubation?
Generally shoot for 30-40% for the first 18 days.
Please understand that you need to learn what your environment is. I can dry incubate in the late summer but in the winter I need to add water, just a little. THe key is to know how the air cell is developing. THAT is why moisture levels are adjusted. Candle the eggs to make sure they match a diagram that you can print out.
In the desert areas, a lot of water must be added everyday because of the extreme dry. To humid Florida which at times isnn't dry enough even when dry incubating.
Print this out. Use it while candling on days 7, 14 and 18.