Hey all, I am new to the forum and looking for some help. I have a LG still air bator and not so good luck!! I am using the thermometer that came with it. I have compared it with another thermometer and it seems pretty accurate. From reading other posts, I believe my humidity is low so I will work on that! I can only turn the eggs twice a day with about 12 hours in between turns. I do not know if that is part of the problem. If it is, I can get the egg turner for it. I keep the temp at 100 degrees and it stays pretty stable. My last trying was with 15 eggs, 12 from a friend and 3 of my own, only 1 hatched and died 2 days later. Time before that was 6 eggs with 2 hatching and 1 dying with deformed legs. I think that is the humidity problem. The shell seems to be sticking to the chicks and causing problems. In my last attempt, I waited 25 days (which was today) before cutting off the incubator. I broke open the remaining 14 eggs and they looked liked regular eggs with yolk and all!! Is that a rooster not fertilizing?? I have two roosters with my hens and they are working!! I tried my friends eggs because I didn't know if I had a fertilizing problem, but when I could not get his eggs to hatch I thought I maybe doing something wrong. Both our chickens came from the same local store. I do not know if that maybe the problem or not. Thanks for the help and a great site!!