I do have a hygrometer, it's reading almost 70% (it's calibrated). So, I decided to help them and the three (found another) were all shrinkwrapped!! What in the world!!!!! So they are wrapped in their paper towels until the veins dry. The other 7, one appears dead (yes, I candled ) and the others are piercing the air cell, so they will be helped out once they pip.
Obviously too much air is coming in through the cracks or something and is shrink wrapping them right off the bat, poor guys.
ETA 2 of the chicks pipped veins, but the blood dried..why did it not kill them?
ETA again, After these 3 were put back, I doused the incubator in water, the humidity is almost 80%, will that be high enough for the ones that have not pipped yet, to not be shrinkwrapped so they can get out on their own?
Edited by Squawkbox - 3/3/12 at 10:29am