sportsman incubator need help quick

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by chickabator, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. chickabator

    chickabator Chillin' With My Peeps

    Nov 30, 2007
    ky
    what is the humidity suppose to be during the last 3 days of incubating. I am on day 18 at 9:00 tonight I have to move them into the hatcher 1550 what should my humidity be
     
  2. gabrielle1976

    gabrielle1976 Overrun With Chickens

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    What are you hatching , chickens , ducks , geese, ect. [​IMG]

    if its chickens people have diffrent opinions but it seems about 60% would be a good starting point maybe
     
  3. Poison Ivy

    Poison Ivy Chillin' With My Peeps

    May 2, 2007
    Naples, Florida
    I do about 65% in my sportsman for chicken eggs
     
  4. chickabator

    chickabator Chillin' With My Peeps

    Nov 30, 2007
    ky
    I am hatching chicken eggs right now I have the humidity at 65% but there are moisture drops on the door is that normal ? I am moving them from my 1502 to the 1550 hatcher.
     
  5. B. Saffles Farms

    B. Saffles Farms Mr. Yappy Chickenizer

    Nov 23, 2008
    Madisonville, TN
    is it a wet bulb?
     
  6. chickabator

    chickabator Chillin' With My Peeps

    Nov 30, 2007
    ky
    nope digital factory set from gqf
     
  7. B. Saffles Farms

    B. Saffles Farms Mr. Yappy Chickenizer

    Nov 23, 2008
    Madisonville, TN
    65 to 70%
     
  8. LilRalphieRoosmama

    LilRalphieRoosmama Officially Quacked

    Oct 15, 2007
    Elyria, OH
    I hatched 100% last week in the 1502 at 58-59%.
     
  9. B. Saffles Farms

    B. Saffles Farms Mr. Yappy Chickenizer

    Nov 23, 2008
    Madisonville, TN
    Quote:[​IMG] go with that then. Cause mine has a wet bulb, and 65 to 70 % is just the normal.
     
  10. poultrylady

    poultrylady Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Do you have any vent holes open? Usually when this happens you need to make sure some are open.
     

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