- May 9, 2012
I made a frig-a-bator and am on week 2 of hatching chickens and so far, all are developing nicely. Next in is going to be muscovy eggs and I'm not sure what I need to do for humidity. Following my mother's advice I'm doing a "dry" hatch and staying under 50% humidity. Apparently that's what works best around here. What do I need to change for the muscovies incubation? I'm still having issues keeping the temp steady, it varies 97-99, it was 99-102, but with all the eggs developing I don't want to mess with the temp in case I screw up and fry my eggs.