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Nov 17, 2015
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So I got my new incubator yesterday morning along with my Serama eggs. It's a pretty nice device with automatic egg turner and control panel has nice features like Days Countdown, timer for egg turner, humidity display, and temperature reading (in Celsius) and alarm for low/high temp/humidity. I got myself an additional digital thermometer/humidity and after doing a little calibration on the settings it worked like a charm. Left it running for 24 hrs Max temp 100.4 F (38C) Low Temp 99.9F (37.7C). After having my eggs settle down at room temp for 24 hrs with pointed side facing down on their trays I just put them inside the Incubator. I'm going to try the Dry Incubation Method. Hatching Date 12/15/2015. Fingers Crossed.
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Dry incubation method is fantastic! Just make sure to keep the humidity pretty steady above 60% during hatch to prevent any chicks from sticking in the eggs. Oh and another thing I always like to do is have a small analog thermometer in the incubator just in case any of the digitals fail. Does this incubator have a fan? Hope you have a fantastic hatch! Post to this thread when they hatch :)
 
Dry incubation method is fantastic! Just make sure to keep the humidity pretty steady above 60% during hatch to prevent any chicks from sticking in the eggs. Oh and another thing I always like to do is have a small analog thermometer in the incubator just in case any of the digitals fail. Does this incubator have a fan? Hope you have a fantastic hatch! Post to this thread when they hatch :) 


Yes. I do have an analog on it and it's on a steady 100 degrees.

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