Does anyone have a hovabator and use the hovabator thermometers to hatch the eggs? I have a hovabator and I was not successful with a hatch. Not one hatched, tho some started to form. I have one of those plastic thermometers laying right on top of the eggs and when it measures at 99.5, the thermometer on the hovabator is at 90 degrees. The web bulb on the hovabator wet bulb setting was at 60 degrees. So, I increased the humidity by adding in cups of water and it is now at 80%. I just candled and the eggs are developing. I just want to make sure that I have the humidity right. I'm a bit confused by the wet temperature being rated as a % or in degrees. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Also has anyone combined duck and chicken eggs in one hatch successfully?