I have a little giant still air incubator that i just tried to hatch ducks in and i had a 0% hatch. Days 1-25 temp was 99.5-100 and humidity was 55-60%. Days 26-28 temp was 98-98.5 and humidity was 70-75% and i stopped turning the eggs. Up until day 21 which is the last time that i had candled the eggs everything looked good and everything was forming correctly. But it wasnt until about day 32 i heard peeping in the egg and the egg was actually moving alot (i had some egg movement before that but it was very little) The next day the egg stopped moving and no peeping, so i candled it and there was no movement inside. It is now day 34 and one of the eggs actually still has movement inside when candled. This is my first time incubating anything before so im very confused. Im figuring being this late the duck isnt going to hatch even if it still has movement. Im guessing the egg that was actually peeping was too week to actually externally pip. I also have the auto turner, so i only ever opened the incubator to add water and to candle, and the room that they are in stays a pretty constant temp of about 70. Now i did alot of research before i did the incubating on what to do so i felt confident that id at least get 1 to hatch, so i was surprised to get nothing. I just read on a few sites that when you use a still air incubator you are supposed to have the temp at like 102-103 and 99.5 for a forced air. Is this correct?? Im figuring that if this is correct than this had to of been what my problem was....the temp was too low throughout the incubation and they werent ready to hatch until late and then they were too weak to actually hatch....i want to try incubating again and i have someone who is going to give me chicken eggs, which he said are easier than ducks, i just wanna make sure i dont make the same problem again...i know that chickens have different requirements than ducks do like the humidity. SO i guess my questions are what couldve went wrong with the first hatch....is there a difference in forced air and still air incubator temps...and what exactly are the requirements of chickens using my incubator. Sorry to ask so much lol i just dont wanna go through another failed hatch...it was very dissapointing waiting that long for nothing Thank you!