Hello everyone! I am having trouble discerning what settings to use for hatching chicken eggs. At first I read to use settings of 99.5 degrees and 55-60% humidity, but after doing reading I have read to use anywhere 45-55% humidity and also 55-60% humidity, so I don't know which one is ideal. Right now I am maintaining 99.0 to 99.5 degrees and humidity right at 60%. Then at day18 I planned to stop turning and raise humidity from 60% to 65% and to lower the temperature (still haven't found a definite temp to lower it to,but I believe I read 98.5, I have to double check that). I'm just looking to see if these settings worked for anyone or if I need to be doing something else? I also have goose eggs in there as well, which are supposed to be at 99.5 degrees and 60-65% humidity for days 1-25 and then they go down to 99 degrees and up to 80% humidity (I used these settings last year for ducks and geese with great success), which is why I have a second incubator to use as a "hatcher" so I can adjust that one to the correct humidity and temp. for whatever is getting ready to hatch, so I'm just wondering if the 60% humidity and 99.5 would work until day 18 like I planned and then move them to the other incubator and go to hatching settings or if I should go to the 45-50% humidity and just start up my other incubator and just have them both running? The downside to my second incubator is that it doesn't have automatic turners and it's just a flat surface, nothing to actually hold the eggs, which is why I planned on using that one just as a hatcher. I was hoping that the chicken egg settings I had read to begin with were ideal (99.5 and 55-60%, then up to 65%), but then after seeing other suggested settings I started to second guess myself. Any advise would be greatly appreciated!!!!