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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Rufflemyfeathers, Nov 25, 2008.
I am to my 18th day and just want to know for sure what humidity suppose to be???
For chicken eggs you want to try for at least 65 degrees. Other birds are a bit higher, depending on what they are.
Thank you shelly just wanted to be sure..what is the highest it can reach the humidity whithout hurting?
I'm not sure, but I would say no higher than 80% at most. usually around 70-75% is recommended.
Im getting much better, cleaner hatches since Ive lowed the humidity a little bit. Im keeping the humidity at about 60% the last 3 days, and my results are much much better.
60%-65% is good. I woudnt go any higher than 75%
As the chicks start to hatch the hum will go up on its own so dont get it to high. GOOD LUCK !!
Thanks everyone it is at 65% went up at beginning but stabled out and I have a sponge sitting in bator just below one of the airvents just incase it starts going low below 60% so I can drop some drops of water on to bring it up..can't remember who on here but got idea from that person.
Temp is good and hum..so now I am in waiting..my first time so sure I will be amazed..
Can't wait to see pics!!
Kim about pictures..I have read and tried to upload pics on a coupe page and I have no idea how to do it..I am so use to just browsing and selecting a picture out of my pictures and upload.. I want to do this but I do not know how. thanks on any help..of exact what to do. Oh this post I will try one and see if get it. The beginning of my coupe which built couple weeks ago and has since been added to another coupe with a hospital pen and new chick pen and roosters only pen the fist coupe is my hen coupe for laying in future.
didn't work on here either.
Quote:Go to photobucket.com and open a free account. Upload your pics there, just like you would normally. After the upload and editing process, you copy the 'img' code, and paste it in your post. Voila!!