Another BYC member was nice enough to send me 9 naragansett turkey eggs for shipping This is my first time ever trying to hatch turkeys, and I'm a bit worried! Is there anything special that needs to be done? I know they take the 'same temp and humidity' as chicken eggs, but what is that exactly? I was told that once for button quail eggs, and it wasn't specified that the 'same for chicken eggs' part meant the way chicken eggs should be done, not the dry method! I only hatched one Once I started setting quail eggs with a constant 45%+ humidity, my hatch rates went way up!! So, should turkey eggs have humidity in the high range, or is dry (35-45%) okay with them? Do they need the same temps during hatch, or does it need to be lowered? (seems I read that somewhere) Any pointers for a newbie turkey hatcher?