My empty bator right now with no water in it has been holding at 20% humidity. The last couple batches didn't hatch very well so I wanted to try the dry hatch method of using no water. My main question is will this humidity level be sufficient? Also I have some eggs ready to go in today but am waiting on some more that will hopefully be in soon. When it comes time to lockdown the first ones will the higher humidity during lockdown hurt the second set? Or because of the low humidity for days 1-18 dry them out enough not to drown them. My plan was not to do a staggered hatch but one seller on ebay didn't ship like their auction stated. Thanks for your help. ps I have a hovabator with turner and fan if you need that info.