Hi all, I know you probably get this alot but I have a few questions regarding my still air incubator. Several years ago I hatched about 100 give or take Pekin Ducks in my still air incubator, perfect with any issues, then I tried a batch of chicken eggs and several of the chicks had deformities in their legs. I recently got 10 chicken eggs from a relative and I've been working on getting my incubator temp regulated. Since I'm rusty I've been reading up on incubation of chicken eggs and I'm confused. Some websites give me temps like 98-100, strictly 99.5, others 99-100, and the last one I read stated for a still air incubator 101-102. I am nervous that my deformed batch several years ago was related to incorrect temp and I would really like to avoid this at all costs! I find it quite heartbreaking to see the little creatures unable to walk! So my question is, what temperature range is safe to use for my chicken eggs in the still air incubator?