Hi All! I haven't been on BYC forums for a while, but I am back because now I have new questions! I went to buy a couple ducks from a fellow, and he gave me turkey eggs! He just happened to have the breed I've been eyeballing for a while now. Bourbon Red. He asked me "do you have an incubator? I'll give you some eggs. She just keeps on laying." I of course, said YES! I bought an incubator last spring from a woman who had used it once. It's a forced air with an egg turner. It's a Farm innovators incubator model number 4200. We've had it running for a couple days. The temp and humidity seem to be stable. Temp is 95 and humidity is steady at 55%. I know this is good for chickens... does it need to be different for Turkeys? I know I could go digging to find this out, but I don't have a lot of time right now. (Running out the door in minutes.) I'm planning on setting my eggs later today. Can anyone give me any pointers?? Thanks in advance!