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According to Jane Smith... (Incubation & Brooding)

by Barbara, Sunday, April 16, 2017, 14:32 (245 days ago) @ domerdoc Section 11 of her article found on this website and titled "Setting Up Your Incubator":

" should aim to run your incubator at about 55-60% humidity from setting until internal pip, and then crank it up pretty high for hatching..."

Jane's advice fits right in the middle of the recommendations you've seen elsewhere. I've never incubated guinea fowl eggs, so I can't offer any first-hand advice, but that seems like a sensible approach to me. I'm going to ask some of our members who post on our Facebook group page to offer their opinions on humidity levels for successful hatching. Hopefully, you'll get a few more knowledgeable replies to your post before too long.

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