Please Someone Help Me!!!!!!!!!!!

tristancolli

Songster
10 Years
Aug 25, 2009
271
12
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Kinmount
Ok I set my eggs around 5:30 today. And then th water in the bottom got spilled and the humidity jumped to 68%. I quickly tried to dry out the bottom and then reset the eggs and the temp is right now 96.4 and still 68% humidity....... Please i need to know if this is going to hurt the eggs at all........
 

sheboyganjohn

In the Brooder
8 Years
Jan 4, 2012
56
2
31
Sheboygan, WI
You just set the eggs, I doubt they were completely up to temp yet. As long as you get the incubator back up to temp you will be fine, The humidity only make a difference over the long haul, one day of high or low, especially this early does not have much affect.
 
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JulieNKC

Crowing
9 Years
Sep 25, 2010
6,636
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Kansas City
You just set the eggs, I doubt they were completely up to temp yet. As long as you get the incubator back up to temp you will be fine, The humidity only make a difference over the long haul, one day of high or low, especially this early does not have much affect.

x2 Good luck!
 

cva34

Songster
8 Years
Aug 10, 2011
679
55
164
Van Vleck ,TX
You just set the eggs, I doubt they were completely up to temp yet. As long as you get the incubator back up to temp you will be fine, The humidity only make a difference over the long haul, one day of high or low, especially this early does not have much affect.
X-2 on both above answers...cva34
 

Sphinx

Crowing
10 Years
May 10, 2010
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78
271
Utah
You just set the eggs, I doubt they were completely up to temp yet. As long as you get the incubator back up to temp you will be fine, The humidity only make a difference over the long haul, one day of high or low, especially this early does not have much affect.

X3 or X4 or whatever we're up to now. Things will be fine.
 

Melissa Rose

Songster
8 Years
Aug 14, 2011
2,178
24
161
South Texas
To dry out the humidity put a small bowl of uncooked rice into the incubator. It will absorb the humidity just stir it every now and then so the dry rice on the bottom comes to the top. When your humidity is back down take it out
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JulieNKC

Crowing
9 Years
Sep 25, 2010
6,636
67
258
Kansas City
To dry out the humidity put a small bowl of uncooked rice into the incubator. It will absorb the humidity just stir it every now and then so the dry rice on the bottom comes to the top. When your humidity is back down take it out
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Great tip, I'll remember that if I ever have this problem.
 

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