I have noticed that there are few threads that go over this topic. I want people to add on everything they know about how to get the best results when hatching in higher altitudes. Add Information About: -Where to get eggs -Information about shipped eggs -Humidity levels -Temperature -Amount of holes in the incubator -Oxygen levels -Turning -Lockdown humidity levels -And any other tips to help others have a better hatch in the mountains or just higher altitude Just remember that everyone's incubator works differently and that people may be at a slightly different elevation. This could cause their levels that work for them may not work for you, and you may have to do trial and error to see what works best for you. Any tips help for beginners just getting started into hatching or regular hatchers that moved into a higher altitude. I am at 7,500 feet above sea level and I am just a beginner at hatching and i have eggs in the incubator going to hatch this weekend. I am also putting more eggs in this weekend to hatch in the Easter hatch-along.