Hi all, We're starting a new hatch Tuesday with a local farmers' chicken eggs using the Hovabator 1586 and an automatic turner. Neither of us (teachers) have any experience working with chickens, but we've done as much research as we can. We'd like to document the process of chick development with our scholars so that we can show what they've learned at the end of the process. If someone could take a bit of time to answer a few questions for us, it'd be very helpful: 1) What's the best method for getting the humidity inside the device correct? 2) Is there any really reliable hatching plan that we could find online? 3) Any general tips, tricks, etc. that we should be aware of for our first hatch? Thanks a bunch in advance.