Ok I do the low humidity incubation. Keep it between 20 to 35 percent during incubation. Then I have been raising to 70 plus for hatch. Have done this way for a couple years. The first couple hatches this year had a lot of sticky chicks that needed assistance. I am using a cabinet hatching in styros. But I had a tray I set and put the wrong date on. When I went to lockdown the eggs.my cabinet bottom was full of hatched poults. 20 were in set in the tray 15 were hatched out. None sticky all dry no leg problems. Had some eggs I pulled out from under a broody. Not sure when she set them but marked them and set in cabinet. All 4 hatched within a day of each other. No raise in the humidity or stopping the Turner. Does anyone use the dry hatch method not raising humidity for hatching?? Or did I just get extremely lucky with what has hatched. Beginning to second guess myself on hatching and advice I have given on my past methods.