I am having a hard time getting the humidity up and regular in the LG that I use as a hatcher. ( it wants to drop to 60, and I can barely get it to peak at 65) I think some of the problem may be that I have only 4 eggs in it (bantams)- but I will often have six or fewer eggs to hatch at one time, so I need to solve this. Right now I have six sponges in there- two under the wire, four on top, that I am saturating 3-4 times daily with a syringe/air tube throught the bator's air holes. I have thought that I need to take up some of the air space with some mass (best things to use?) so as to have less air to hydrate. I have also thought that a small pan/ bowl under the wire with an aquarium airstone in it would produce a consistant source of moisture, as long as the water covered the air stone and the surface area remained the same. Right or wrong? My current eggs were supposed to hatch last night and nobody is making a move, so I am not feeling so optomistic right now about this batch, but I have a week to prepare for batch #2 who all look great in the bator. any experienced hatchers out there with suggestions for me? I could use them!!!