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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by casportpony, Feb 21, 2015.
Doing a survey here... What humidity do you use?
subtract one vote for the range "20-35%". I didn't see it was asking about ducks before I voted.
Is that what you use for chickens? Just curious...
I do. I'm a student of the "dry incubation method" then up the humidity as high as I can at lockdown...
I've been thinking about trying the dry method... Do you weigh your eggs?
No I don't. Haven't done enough hatches to learn that much yet.
Hi Kathy, wanted you to know that I just got done using the dry incubation method. Started with 33, 5 were sterile, 2 early quitters and one quit during the hatch. I did not weigh my eggs nor did I mark mark the air cells except for this one at lockdown. The room humidity was 60% throughout the entire incubation and at lockdown I raised the humidity to 70% according to the hygrometer seen in the picture. So, 25 out of 33 is real good in my book.