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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by petunias212, Mar 25, 2011.
was just wondering if maybe that was a reason for poor hatch.
Its not a matter of the room the incubator is in, but the humidity inside the incubator.
The humidity should be 70% or higher from day 18 on. This gives them enough wet to not stick to the shell. If you opened the incubator after they pipped - that can cause lots of problems too. The sudden drop in humidity can shrink wrap them in the egg membrane.
thank you for your answer...i'm glad to get this clarified as i was told that room temp and humidity are important when hatching