HAVE THE INCUBATOR UP AND RUNNING AT OPERATING TEMPERATURE BEFORE EGGS ARE PLACED INSIDE

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UPON RECEIVING YOUR EGGS, LET THEM SET AT 50-60 DEGREES ROOM TEMPETATURE. EGGS SHOULD SIT FOR 6-12 HOURS PRIOR TO PUTTING IN THE INCUBATOR. (DO NOT REFIGERATE)

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TEMPERATURE SHOULD BE SET ACCORDING TO THE INCUBATOR INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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IN GENERAL FOR HATCHING QUAIL EGGS, INCUBATOR TEMPERATURES SHOULD BE SET AT 99 1/2 F

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THE ABOVE TEMPERATURES ARE FOR FORCED AIR INCUBATORS. STILL AIR INCUBATORS REQUIRE A SLIGHTLY HIGHER TEMPERATURE OF 1-3 DEGREES DURING OPERATION. REFER TO YOUR INSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL

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DURING INCUBATION, THE EGGS SHOULD BE TURNED 3-5 TIMES PER 24 HOURS. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN AUTOMATIC TURNER, TURN THEM AN ODD NUMBER OF TIMES ON A REGULAR SCHEDULE. IN STILL AIR MODULES, WHEN TURNING THE EGGS, MOVE THEM TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION IN THE INCUBATOR TO OFFSET TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS WHICH OCCURS IN STILL AIR MODEL INCUBATORS.

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ALWAYS WASH YOUR HAND BEFORE AND AFTER HANDLING THE EGGS

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STOP TURNING THE EGGS 3 DAYS PRIOR TO HATCH

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FOR HUMIDITY LEVEL, REFER TO YOUR INCUBATOR INSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL. LOW HUMIDITY WILL CAUSE THE CHICK TO STICK TO THE SHELL AND FAIL TO SURVIVE. TOO MUCH HUMIDITY CAN ALSO CAUSE HATCHING PROBLEMS

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CAUTION, OPENING YOUR INCUBATOR CAN CAUSE HUMIDITY AND TEMPERATURE FLUXUATIONS WHICH WILL CAUSE HARM TO YOUR EGGS DURING INCUBATION

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BABY QUAIL NEED FINELY GROUND FEED. IF YOUR STARTER FEED IS TOO COURSE, IT WILL NEED TO BE GROUND A SECOND TIME BEFORE IT IS FED TO BABY QUAIL. THIS WILL MAKE IT MORE PALATABLE TO THE CHICKS

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