Last year I successfully hatched *1* Guinea fowl chick. Hes doing great and is the friendliest bird I've ever had.Did my first incubation with a manual bator and out of 6 eggs this guy (we call Rocky and turns out he is a boy) hatched. Hes now waiting for his new abode to be ready in my garden because hes so friendly he has no interest in other birds as companions. Anyway back to the point! I've decided to give the bator stuff another go. This time I'm going with an automatic turner because I beleive the constant opening of the manual bator ruined my Guinea attempt plus turning myself was always a pain. My questions are... What temp? How many turns a day? (so I can set up the incubator) also anything I should be mindful of particulary when hatching quails? I know about them drowning in drinkers so marble filled dish is best. When can they go outside after hatching? I'm hoping they'll be ok to go outside soon after hatching (2/3 weeks) because its now getting warmer here in merry england and I hope they'll be outside in a hutch with a heat lamp until they can be trusted to go into a bigbird run.