I'm attempting to hatch from very rare expensive shipped eggs- and I think I may have second-guessed myself and messed things up bad!
They went into lockdown Monday evening. This morning, one chick had hatched and another pipped, but the humidity was really dropping, it was below 50%. So before leaving for work, I quickly opened up the incubator and tucked a dampened washcloth into a corner. Now I'm reading about sticky-chicks being caused from too high humidity and I'm worried! Did I just kill the rest of the eggs in there??
I get home at three.