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Discussion in 'Incubation & Hatching' started by geminicowgirl, Sep 21, 2012.
What does the humidity need to be at for hatching eggs?
Idk. Look at the threads. I know they were just talking about it. Try incubator or chicks or breeding threads.
From the University of Minnesota:
I think between 65-70 percent
Thanks guys! .........
Perfect, I built my own incubator, and so far so good
I dry hatch. Put the eggs in the incubator add water at lock down day 18. At that point I try to keep humidity 60% - 80%.
I don't know what my hurry was because I can't hatch any until after winter here and it's not even fall yet lol, sometimes I get a project in my head and I have to build it that day lol
You can test your incubator. Plenty of time for a practice run.
Plug it in, set the temperature, then let it run for 21 days. See if it will maintain temperature control.
between 55 and 65 %