I have been trying the dry hatch and have had the best hatches ever! I was shocked but anything is worth a try. Tryed shipped and eggs from home. 5 out of 6 pheasant eggs (one was cracked and had wax, delveloped)ship 3 out of 3 runner ducks (shipped) 3 out of 4 guineas (one never developed) Shipped 4 out of 4 cochin mixes Shipped 2 out of 2 polish (one was shipped) 10 out of 10 OEs 1 out of 2 Bourban Red (one never delveloped) shipped I'm amazed to say the least. I kept it at 20% I did mist the duck eggs 2 times a day. The chicks have all hatched with out the regular problems. I even did one of these hatches with out turning the eggs at all just left them in the egg container with a piece of wood to prop them up. This was done in the Hova bator with fan. What has been your luck? I think I'm gonna change my over protective hatching ways! These where the least stressful hatches I've ever had! Tell me why is this working so much better?