Hi, I'm planning on making my own incubator to save money, I've found a tutorial for a styrofoam incubator and apparently it's "guaranteed" (Hah, well not really, but still xD) a 60% hatch rate, which isn't bad, at least it's more than half. Anywho, I've browsed around the forums lately and am a little confused on what all this lock down and turning stuff is. I've got at least a dozen fertile quail eggs, if so more, [from both my quail hens, though I'm a little lost with which eggs belong to whom since they all look the same and they both lay in the same nesting box But I've seen the male mount them both.] , with more to come as my hen keeps laying, and since I know going broody is uncommon, I thought I might as well hatch them rather then eat them (I really adore quail, I'm obsessed really; and would absolutely be fainting with love if I had chicks!). So if anyone can explain to me in detail on what to do, how I should keep humidity at bay and measure it, how many times I should turn it, and a lot more information needed for this process would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! >>> I'm a newbie at this.