Humidity

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Humidity is controlled in order to prevent unnecessary loss of egg moisture. The ideal humidity level for hatching eggs is still being debated among experts, but many agree that it should not fall below 25% or above 60% between setting and three days prior to hatching. During the last three days (the "lock-down" period), the humidity level should be increased to between 70-80%.
Keeping an adequate humidity range inside your incubator is quite simple. Please note that the humidity in your area will have an impact on how much water you will need in the incubator to keep it within the correct humidity range. Check the water level periodically to ensure they do not dry out.

Tips:
Having a hard time getting the humidity high enough? Try placing small sponges inside the incubator. This will increase the surface area that is wet, allowing more water to evaporate into the air which increases the humidity.
Many experts agree that a common cause of poor hatch rates is TOO MUCH humidity during the first part of incubating and NOT ENOUGH during the last three days


Humidity

Humidity is controlled in order to prevent unnecessary loss of egg moisture. The ideal humidity level for hatching eggs is still being debated among experts, but many agree that it should not fall below 25% or above 60% between setting and three days prior to hatching. During the last three days (the "lock-down" period), the humidity level should be increased to between 70-80%.
Keeping an adequate humidity range inside your incubator is quite simple. Please note that the humidity in your...

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