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What temperature should a still air incubator be set at?

100.5 – 101.5°F.

Make sure your incubator is set to the correct temperature. Forced air incubators should maintain a temperature of 99.5 – 100.5° F and still air incubators should hold a temperature of 100.5 – 101.5°F. The incubator should also have at least 60% humidity.

What temperature do you incubate chicken eggs in still air incubator?

You want to make sure that the temperature stays in the range of 99-102 degrees Fahrenheit, and the humidity in the range of 40 to 50 percent.

How do you incubate eggs in a still air incubator?


Quote from video: Before you put your eggs in here make sure that you're bringing it up to the temperature. And humidity you need. And there's these little plugs it comes with well eggs need oxygen.

Are still air incubators successful?

With a bit of planning and care during incubation, you can have a great hatch with a still air incubator. Successful still air egg incubation requires starting with fresh, unwashed fertile eggs and monitoring the incubator for temperature and humidity through out the incubation period.

What should the humidity be at in my still air incubator?

The relative humidity of the air within an incubator for the first 18 days should be able 60 percent. During the last 3 days (the hatching period) the relative humidity should be nearer 65-70 percent.

What is the ideal temperature and humidity for hatching chicken eggs?

Place the eggs in the egg tray of the incubator, with the larger end facing up and the narrow end facing down in the incubator. Set the temperature to 100.5 degrees Fahrenheit with 50-55 percent humidity.

Will chicken eggs hatch at 97 degrees?

The acceptable range is 97° to 102°F. High mortality is seen if the temperature drops below 96°F or rises above 103°F for a number of hours. If the temperature stays at either extreme for several days, the egg may not hatch. Overheating is more critical than underheating.

Where should the fan be placed in an incubator?

Quote from video: So that the air hits the shield and then disperses it out the sides rather than directly down onto the eggs.