Good morning BYC! I thought I'd canvas the board and ask what is your favorite incubator? The one you use or the one you're waiting to use (until you can buy it.) I'm using a cheapie styrofoam farmpro and keeping the humidity up for duck eggs is a darn near impossible feat here in Arizona. My first clutch was toast when the power went out one night (At least that wasn't the bator's fault) and my second the humidity was all over the place... lockdown was on sunday and I've got not a pip, so I'm thinking the eggs died again somewhere along the way. And I'm already aware cheap styrofoam incubators probably only have a few hatches in them anyway. Ideally, I'd like a non styrofoam incubator with good humidity *someday*-- but hopefully my welsh harlequin hens figure out the baby business on their own soon. Reptipro? Brinsea? All natural broody birds only? What do you swear by for reliable healthy hatches?