Thank you all for the help! The eggs are bielefelders. They were relatively low in cost even shipped which was the only reason i got them. Made it here in 2 days from Ohio. They were bubble wrapped and double boxed. No cracked eggs but had dent in outer box. Unfortunately since I am still learning about incubating eggs these eggs have been in the incubator since I received them, in an automatic turner, with humidity around 30. I knew some looked wrong when candeling but didn't know why until I found detached air cell on google. So, they are now on day 10. Most have growth/movement. Took some out due to blood ring. Some have saddle air cells, some I can't really differentiate the air cell from the rest of the contents. Should I cull the ones that don't have clearly seen air cells? Or is it possible they will still make it to lockdown? I also read that assist in hatching is almost a guarantee.
Pam, unfortunately I can't buy anymore chickens or hatching eggs right now or I would have already bid in the auction for your Isbars. I know you take great care of your birds But hopefully things will turn around and my husband will find a great job soon. He has been laid-off since November and things are getting tight. I had to promise to not purchase anymore hatching eggs or chickens which my friends think is the most ridiculous thing ever.