I've read several topics regarding humidity in the incubator, and what the proper levels are. Then today, I came across a poster who stated that they use the dry incubation method. I'm currently running a test of my homemade incubator, (our humidity level is around 55% just in the house, so thus far I haven't added water for the test) making sure the light of choice, fan of choice etc, provides ideal conditions for hatching eggs. Just wondering if I could get more info on the dry incubation method and why that seems to work when I keep hearing about having to be careful that the chicks aren't too dry... Thanks for the info!