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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by dave_Cash69, Mar 10, 2009.
What is a good way to keep humidity in the 'bator?
What are some things you do?
ive added sponges to the bottom (not dried, but wet), and ive added a couple extra water pans. my humidity has to be in the 70's for my duck eggs though. ps i live in az, so humidity here is not so swell.
Most of the time filling the slots in the bottom is enough, but I did add a Warm Sponge(warm so you get quicker results, and doesnt absorb heat from bator air to get it warm) at the end when you want to raise humidity.