I'm on day 29 of (African) geese Ive read I should turn temp down from 99.9 to 98-99 and humidity from 45-55% and all the up to 75% but no one is ever specific. Right now...I have it set to my original post
i'm not very experienced but i'm pretty sure that they aren't very specific because farmers have incubated these eggs and found that they're best hatch rate or the one where they survived was at that temp and that humidity but that range works the best but all eggs are different and grow in their own pace and that those ranges fit all those goose eggs the best for their hatching process. therefore, the incubator's temp and humidity will work best at those temps. that's why we're never specific, we cant tell what the perfect temp/humidity is. but i think the temp/humidity is gonna be just fine for those eggs of yours and they're tougher than you think! they'll hatch, just you wait!
keep me posted.