Yes I have hatched eggs before and I have like a 99% hatch rate and a 96% ducks live to adult hood rate. I was reading just 15 min ago that some people drop the temp when it's lock down by about 1 degree. I have never done that. It's to complicated because I have to flick like 6 switches and then flick 8 more then flick them all back in precise order THEN the temperature will go down. It's kinda hard doing that when you have to remember 6 other things to do and you know how to incubate most kinds of farm fowl. Is it ok that I don't? Was I just lucky last year? Should I start doing that now?