I have a question about humidity. I was hoping my Serama would go broody, but,it didn't happen and in a panic, I popped (6) eggs in the incubator with two already in there. They were auto turned for 7 days,then, it was lockdown for the others,which I did on Friday. Increased the humidity to 65-70%,and stopped the turner. I did sneak in to turn the Serama eggs on Saturday, then got nervous about it and stopped.(after all, the older guys were in there first). One baby hatched on Monday,the other Tuesday noon. After dry off, I moved them both to the brooder and plugged the turner in immediately. Whew! I candled the Serama eggs, and every one was fertile. My question is, will the high humidity stay with the eggs til hatch ,should I let the humidity decrease naturally and go for a " dry hatch" which I've never done before or, should I follow protocol and up humidity once again at lockdown? I've swabbed out one channel because the humidity is staying at 55% and it's still at 55% ( if it's accurate). The digital one that you put inside is a bear to read and now I'm wondering about accuracy! I'm going to get one with a probe that stays outside. This ones driving me bonkers! You look at it at a different angle and get a different reading! I've turned all the eggs up on end,crossed my fingers,said a prayer......my mistake, I just don't want them to pay for my foolishness!(ya know, hindsite)! Anyone out there have any experience, advice, etc. about this ? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!