I've got 4 turkey eggs in the bator to test things out but I have seen a couple varying opinions and not finding anything in my turkey book. What's the proper humidity for turkey eggs? I know for chicken eggs you want between 50-65% until pipping is that not recommended for turkey eggs? I've got a few chicken eggs in with 4 turkey eggs right now, I'm not seeing much for movement but having trouble candling the turkey eggs successfully. I read that someone doesn't candle turkey eggs but only twice during incubation, day 14 and day 25. Thoughts on that? I candled yesterday which was day 10 and I just saw big masses. Almost thought there may have been movement but could have just been me. My plan, since I've only got one "good" bator, was to do both these turkeys and chickens together and then when the lockdown day comes for the chickens move them to my other bator for hatching. I've also got a dozen turkey eggs (about 7 days old for the first couple) that I want to stick in a bator but wanna make sure I'm doing it right for the turkeys.