Hi everyone. I was wondering if I might get some help with incubating some call duck eggs. I have a Marsh TX-7 incubator that I used to hatch parrot eggs. It has the automatic egg turning device. The call duck eggs were shipped today. I have the bator at dry bulb 99 degrees and wet bulb at 89 degrees. I have printed out the chart that will give you the humidity when you follow the two readings. Do you think I need to buy another thermometer or humitiy meter too or are the two in the machine enough? I have read where some mist the eggs daily, take them out and let the cool for ten minutes a day, etc. any suggestions as to best practice would be appreciated! I was going to follow the Storey's Ducks book as a guideline. Also will the auto turner work OK?Thanks so very much! Cordell Fort Worth, Texas 50 pullets, 2 roos, 3 silkies, 2 bantum cochins, 4 dogs, 2 cats, Africian Grey Parrot and unemployed adult son sleeping in spare bedroom!