Question about dry incubation process


In the Brooder
11 Years
Sep 28, 2008
Paris, TN
I read the dry incubation thread somewhere on here and my question is, if you are keeping the room humidity at 50% should you be concerned with the humidity of the incubator at all? Even if it drops to less than 30%. The article I read said put eggs in incubator once the room humidity reaches 50% and forget about it for 7 days. It doesn't mention adding water to the styrofoam incubtor in the beginning of incubation. I am attempting this process. But it's day 3 in my 1588 and the humidity has dropped to 28%. Maybe that is what it's suppose to do, I don't know. Any advise would be helpful.

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