I put 11 Muscovy eggs in my incubator on November 28th. 1 died sometime after the 7th day, one more died sometime after the 25th day. I candled them at 25 days only because I thought I possibly had some Khaki Campbell eggs too, but I didn't. My temp has been VERY consistent, but my humidity has consistently only been 68-70% through this whole process, although it has never dropped below that. I have tried my darndest to get the humidity above that with adding 4 saturated folded paper towels about 3x3 square, all the troughs are full, and a wide mouth glass of water that is too deep for them to get into when they hatch, but nothing I have added will budge the humidity, no matter how much I add. They are due hatch tomorrow if all goes well. It will be day 35. We started hearing faint peeping today, so that is a good sign. Does anyone have an idea on raising humidity more yet? I realize it is probably too late since they are already on lockdown. ETA: changed date that I set them, my hubby's calendar on his phone was strange and the weeks start with Monday instead of Sunday so I wrote the wrong date initially.