I have a few questions and would also like to realistically know my odds. I will preface this by saying this is my first hatch period, not just with ducks. I have a hovabator 1588 with egg turner. I had planned to do some hatches in the fall but received an email from a person in town with khaki campbells had a duck sitting, but then abandoned the nest on day 16. She candled the eggs and found 4 viable ones and put them in a box with a moist washcloth under a brooder lamp. I picked up the eggs about 6 hours later. After a 30 minute drive I put them in the incubator which I had only turned on an hour before (I wasn't expecting to be doing any hatches). I bought a digital hygrometer which is now reading 65% but I'm not sure if that's accurate. (the thermometer part of it is reading 94.5 degrees and the other therm that came with the bator reads 101) I'm keeping a close eye on it and will open the vent if it stays at that humidity for a few hours. (I live in Phx, and the air is really dry in my house, so I'm afraid if I leave the vent unplugged it will dry out way too much) I know that the humidity should be around 55% right now, I am not sure whether or not to trust the hygrometer. I am figuring on some temp fluctuations since the bator only had an hour to warm up before the eggs went in. I don't know if the eggs got scrambled on the ride home, it was mostly freeway, so I'm hoping it wasn't too bad. I would love some advice, as I'd love these guys to hatch but I figure the odds aren't in my favor. Please help!