Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by anjaneep, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. anjaneep

    anjaneep In the Brooder

    Oct 6, 2012
    what is the huminidy have to be to not drown my eggs? what is the tempeture have to be to not over heat? please help!!!![​IMG]

  2. Marty1876

    Marty1876 Hi Everyone!

    Incubate at 99* on the nose as much as possible. 99.5 is also good.

    During incubation, humidity ought to be 35-40%. During final 3 days before estimated hatch (for chickens,quail, pheasent, and guinea) up humidiy to 70-75% for idea. With waterfowl, don't up humiity until the first one has pipped internally.

    Good Luck!

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