LOCK DOWN! questions :/

Chickengal505

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2010
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Bolivia N.C
Okay so my "lock down was supposed to start tomorrow. But I disided to start today because 1. Lock down should not be any different for me because I don't open the bator except to add water 2. I won't have time to do it tomorrow WAYYY to busy. 3. To let my humidity and temp get stable. I'm using a forced air bator. My humidty is 60% right now I'm working on bumping it up to 80% My temp has been 99.5 consantly. What should it be through lock down? My air vent is open and I have the "straw system" set up to drop in water as needed.
 

Chickengal505

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2010
1,650
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Bolivia N.C
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Like I said I'm trying to get it that high. I doubt I'll get it that high. It will end up 70% or 75%
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Thanks but anyone know on the temp?


- Thanks in advance and to the above posters
 

kkg

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 21, 2011
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We are having baby chicks hatching right now. Some have already hatched and some have pipped. We kept our humidity in the 50% during the 1st 18 days then bumped it. Right now we keep our humidity between 60-70%. Our chicks are hatching fine. This is our 1st hatch.
 

Chickengal505

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2010
1,650
48
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Bolivia N.C
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Guys I thank you all but I need to know TEMP!!! All due respect but all posters so far have left that out... Sorry I'm just worried...
 

kkg

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 21, 2011
14
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Oh Sorry! We have our internal temp ( water weasel) 99.5 and air temp between 97-101. It seems to be working fine for us. I hope this helps you.
 

Chickengal505

Songster
10 Years
Jan 4, 2010
1,650
48
163
Bolivia N.C
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Thanks so much. I thought it was smart just to leave the temp alone which I will do. My temp. (as stated above) Is about 99.5. Thanks for letting me relax
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