Incubator help

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by MissDuck, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. MissDuck

    MissDuck New Egg

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    Hi there,

    Im using a "King Suro 20" Incubator to hatch 16 pekin ducks...its day 30 now....i have never done this before and am really worried my humidity and temperature isnt correct...the people who lent it to us said to leave it on 37.5 degrees celcius and at 55% humidity....i read else where that the humidity level should actually be up for hatching so for the last 2 days its been at 70%......but now i read that if its a "dry bulb" it should be at 55%....so i am really confused and scared im going to kill the ducklings....one is already halfway out but needed help...i see cracks in a few more...but not a lot of progress at all..

    so i guess my question is, does anyone know if the king suro 20 is wet or dry bulb?

    Thanks. Any other info on hatching would be great.

    Regards.
     
  2. sumi

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