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I have an antique incubator that holds 3000 eggs. We keep the temp at about 99.6 degrees F and the humidity at approx 65% (the guy we purchased the incubator from gave us the information for the temp and humidity - but not sure if that was for quail or pheasant). I also have someone else hatching out of a still air incubator - but he has had no luck either. How many eggs does the female leg that are not fertile? The other person ended up cracking open 2 that should have hatched by now - and they both had yokes. When you hold a flashlight up to the egg - you can't see anything. Does that work for quail eggs like peacock eggs and pheasant eggs (he read that somewhere)?