Hi. We are completing day 3 on our chicken eggs in a Hova Bator incubator that has a thermostat with a little fan and two windows on top. It was loaned to me without a set of instructions, so I've followed what internet knowledge I've discovered. I bought a digital hygrometer which also has a thermometer on it and I have an indoor/outdoor digital thermometer with a sensor that I've stuck in a "water snake" or "water weasel" toy to measure the temp inside the eggs... The two temps never agree. The one outside the water weasel always reads high 100.3 ish and the one in the water weasel reads around 99.5. Should I go with the reading on the weasel; does it really tell me the internal temp of the eggs? My humidity is about 65% according to the hygrometer. My little special needs daughter doesn't believe we'll ever get chicks and I want so much for this to work. Also, should I try to hatch turkey eggs in the same incubator with the chicken eggs? I think they are supposed to be at 100 and a different humidity... Thanks!