Hatching -QUAIL- eggs Alright, so my husband just bought me a LG 10300(the one with fan) and I have yet to use it. My plan is to try my hand at quail eggs(for the first time) though I've done other types of eggs in other home made incubators. So I plugged in the incubator today to see what kind of numbers I'm working with. Going to set around 49 eggs within the week. I am planning on a dry hatch(until lock down). My problem is with no water in the water reservoirs my humidity is bouncing from 63 down to 48, but is very unpredictable. I took out both red plugs to see if I could get it down any and while it did come down from the 60s, I don't like the fact that it seems like I'm not going to be able to control my humidity, even with no water. We live in Phoenix, AZ btw, so yes we are humid to begin with, but I'm at a loss as how to lower my humidity. Not going to be able to purchase a dehumidifier for my living room either. From what I understand, though everyone's opinion seems to differ in the matter, quail need 40% humidity in the beginning, then 65% for lock down. Does anyone have success with different numbers? Or suggestions on how to keep my humidity down for the first portion of hatch? It's so much easier with duck eggs because we always have luck with more humidity, and always get a 100% hatch rate. I've never had to worry about lowering humidity. But again, I've never used this incubator, and never hatched quail eggs. Anyone with experience either hatching quail, or tips and tricks with incubators in general, please feel welcome to tell me your life story! Lol. Thanks in advance.